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Should The International Community Respect the Rule of Law in Ivory Coast?

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    African Views Radio Presents: What do you think? Opposing views on the current gridlock in Cote ‘d’ Ivoire argue that African Leadership and the
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      African Views Radio Presents: What do you think?



      Opposing views on the current gridlock in Cote �d� Ivoire argue that African Leadership and the International Community agencies are overstepping their boundaries by asking the incumbent President Laurent Gbagbo to step down without challenging the decision of the Independent Election Commission who declared Opposition Leader Alassane Ouatarra the winner of the recent election conducted last November in Ivory coast. It is further suggested that France, the former colonial master of Ivory Coast rushed to recognize the Mr. Alassane Ouatarra without due process.



      Join us for this historical episode of The African View talk show (TAV) to get the scoop on Cote d� Ivoire and share your views.



      Please join this discussion live via Skype or phone.

      When: Saturday, January 15 @ 11am -12noon Eastern Standard Time



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      Your Host: Bookie Shonuga Co Host: Paul Adujie



      Remember to call in between 11am -12 noon New York Time. The show will be recorded and podcast on African Views (AV). Check your calendar, prepare and join us live to Let your views count! Audience can listen directly live on: AV Radio Or on BT Radio



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