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Charles Blé Goudé

Date of Birth: 1 February 1972
Place of Birth: Guibéroua / Kpogrobouo


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All bets are off

Less than a week later the International Criminal Court confirmed the acquittal of former President Laurent Gbagbo and his Youth Minister Charles Blé Goudé on charges of crimes against humanity prompting simultaneous scenes in Abdijan of jubilation and dismay...


Parties to many disputes 

Another opposition political operator believes he has seized the opportunity presented by the demise of the FPI: Charles Blé Goudé...

Guillaume Soro (FESCI President 1995-98) and Charles Blé Goudé (FESCI President 1998-2000) were frères ennemis (brothers at war)...


'Gbagbo or nothing'

The ICC has now combined its cases against Gbagbo and his lieutenant Charles Blé Goudé which the Gbagbo-faithful construed as further evidence of a French-inspired plot...


Blé Goudé's bad day

On 11 December the International Criminal Court confirmed charges of murder rape and other inhumane acts against Charles Blé Goudé 42 a former Ivorian militia leader and Youth Minister under the then President Laurent Gbagbo...


Who will follow Blé Goudé to the Hague?

Feted by his supporters in Abidjan's tough suburb of Yopougon as ‘the General of the Street' the former Youth Minister Charles Blé Goudé landed on 22 March in the Hague for trial at the International Criminal Court...


The price of peace

The militias were in any case short of funds since Ghana arrested Charles Blé Goudé the chief conduit for the funds in January 2013 (AC Vol 54 No 2 Blé Goudé arrested)...


Long shadow of 2011

Charles Blé Goudé the former leader of Gbagbo's Jeunes Patriotes may yet be transferred to the Netherlands...


Row over exiles

Both the Ivorian government and the Group of Experts reported that former pro-Gbagbo Ivorian youth leader Charles Blé Goudé had organised the attacks from his base in Ghana...

Ghana replied that Charles Blé Goudé who never registered with the Ghana Refugee Board or any official agency was not in the country...


Boycotts and masks

In a move reminiscent of the intimidation practised by the Jeunes Patriotes under the now-incarcerated former Youth Minister Charles Blé Goudé the current leader of the Jeunesse du FPI Justin Koua has declared that 33 youth delegations will travel around the country to ‘invite the rank and file to stay at home on 21 April’...


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