We hope he will face the full wrath of the law for causing unnecessary blood shed in the country. Should it become necessary, I would personally not be complaining if Mr. Orcampo of the ICC invited him over to the Hague to interface with those angry looking lawyers in there.
The crisis in Ivory Coast was initiated after the second round of the presidential election of 2010, the first in ten years when the two candidates, Laurent Gbagbo, president of the country since 2000, and Alassane Ouattara, the opposition candidate claimed victory.
China now lead all other nations( combined) in investing it’s soverign funds in Africa, along with the many government-controlled entities that are pursuing raw material resouce development in energy and minerals, primarily.
When will Africa fit into the democratic tradition of honorably accepting election defeat and putting the country above all else?