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At UN Ivory Coast Majority Against Outtara No Answer From Corrupt Guterres So Press DC

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UN GATE / SDNY COURT, Oct 9 – A fight is brewing in the corrupt UN of Antonio Guterres, and current UN Security Council President Russia.  

It involved Ivory Coast or Cote d'Ivoire, where octogenarian ruler Ouattara seeks another term.  

 Former Cote d'Ivoire ambassador Bamba called Inner City Press on October 3 and expressed frustration at the UN Security Council. France will support whoever wins and gives it money. Tunisia is in chaos.

  Inner City Press informed the seasoned diplomatic who colonial Guterres was willing to support another octogenarian FrancAfrique asset Paul Biya in Cameroon. "Keep up the fight," he said. 

 Inner City Press has in writing asked Guterres, his spokesman Stephane Dujarric and Deputy Amina J. Mohammed, chief of staff Maria Luisa Viotti and chief censor Melissa Fleming: "On Cote d'Ivoire, what are the comments and actions if any of SG Guterres on events and upcoming election in the country - has the Secretariat heard from former Ambassador Bamba, now in NYC? and this: A delegation of African and UN envoys on Wednesday expressed "deep concern" ahead of Ivory Coast's tense presidential election this month as it wrapped up a visit to the capital Abidjan. Envoys from the West African regional bloc ECOWAS, the African Union and the United Nations met with government officials, the opposition and civil society as calls grow for a postponement of the West African country's October 31 vote."

 As of this writing on October 9, no answer. Today's UN is corrupt. Now this: We urgently need the international community to support postponing the October 31, 2020 Presidential Elections in Cote d’Ivoire. The most pressing issue is the deliberate intention of the President Ouattara to run for a third term of office in gross violation of the provisions of Articles 55 and 183 of the Ivorian Constitution which clearly forbid such a move. A Peaceful Cote d’Ivoire sustains the economic vitality of the West African region. West African Industrial Development Corp., Inc. (WAID) will host a Press Conference featuring His Excellency Mr. Youssoufou J. Bamba, former Permanent Representative of Cote d’Ivoire to the United Nations and currently the Executive Secretary for Foreign Affairs for the PDCI-RDA (the main opposition party of Cote d’Ivoire) to brief you regarding the alarming situation in Cote d’Ivoire... Respect for democratic principles means the current President must honor and abide by the Ivorian National Constitution."

As Inner City Press first reported, Bamba plans an event in DC a fortnight before the scheduled October 31 election in Cote d'Ivoire.

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