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COTE D’IVOIRE PEACE PROCESS – Ouagadougou Peace Accord: Breakthrough for Peace at Last?


On December 19, 2006 President Laurent Gbagbo in his address to the Ivorian nation openly declared his intention to discuss directly with the leadership of the rebellion that controlled about 60 percent of the northern half of the country. This singular decision may have marked a turning point in the history of the close to five year crisis that has held the nation politically and socio-economically hostage.

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