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Côte d’Ivoire

Henri Konan Bédié

Date of Birth: 5 May 1934
Place of Birth: Dadiékro, Daoukro Department


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Deferred

It is intended to get rid of some of the worst excesses of former President Henri Konan Bédié's government, such as a seven-year presidential term and a senate appointed by the executive...


Mon général

Suspicions that Gueï plans to stay in power have been fuelled by his move from the defence headquarters at Camp Galliéni to the palace formerly occupied by the President, Henri Konan Bédié, and by his appointment of 23 presidential advisors and staff...


Brave new century

Robert Guei's coup against President Henri Konan Bédié proved popular, at least among Ivorians suffering from the regime's xenophobia and economic mismanagement...


Reverse roles

Confidence in politicians and state institutions is at an all-time low after six years of President Henri Konan Bédié's rule...


Putsch de Noël

Ouattara was at the centre of a political row last year when President Henri Konan Bédié tried to stop him running for president in elections scheduled for this year...


Bédié's flashpoint

Crisis has come in the struggle by President Henri Konan Bédié to exclude from next year's presidential election the recently retired Deputy Managing Director of the International Monetary Fund, Alassane Dramane Ouattara...


No holds barred

Now, though, President Henri Konan Bédié is determined to be re-elected and his government has launched a virulent campaign against his only serious rival, Alassane Dramane Ouattara (AC Vol 40 No 17)...


ADO ado

The response of President Henri Konan Bédié's government is to sack three ministers in charge of visibly failed policies where the World Bank and International Monetary Fund insist on reform...


Alger l'Africaine

Despite their efforts, Ivorian President Henri Konan Bédié and Malabo's President Teodoro Obiang Nguema Mbasogo stayed away...


EU exports

When the International Monetary Fund accuses Côte d'Ivoire of opaque accounting (repeatedly), President Henri Konan Bédié blames his rival Alassane Dramane Ouattara (also repeatedly, AC Vol 40 No 8)...


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