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Côte d'Ivoire

Guillaume Kigbafori Soro

Date of Birth: 8 May 1972
Place of Birth: Diawala, Côte d'Ivoire


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The election gets messier

In the RDR, there is a growing determination to block the ascent of former rebel leader, ex-Prime Minister and current President of the National Assembly, Guillaume Kigbafori Soro (AC Vol 48 No 20, The 'Soro ranks')...


Ouattara looks at second term

The alliance of convenience between Ouattara and the man who helped to secure the military side of his political victory during the 2010-11 post-election crisis is coming to an end: Ouattara needs to put more distance between himself and former rebel leader Guillaume Soro, now President of the National Assembly...


Uneasy peace on the border

Ouattara heads an uneasy coalition which prominently includes Guillaume Soro, now Speaker of Parliament (and therefore heir to the presidency if the incumbent is incapacitated) but formerly head of the Forces nouvelles (FN) northern guerrillas loyal to Ouattara...


Pressure mounts on Zida

He is close to both the Ivorian President and Speaker of Parliament Guillaume Soro, and will be able to discreetly continue his numerous business activities from Abidjan...


Polls beckon as Hollande flies in

The former leader of the Forces nouvelles militia, Guillaume Kigbafori Soro, who is now Speaker of the National Assembly, loathes him...

A low-key campaign to have Soro positioned as Ouattara's successor in the RDR, run by the Coalition nationale des mouvements de soutien à Guillaume Soro and led by Ahmadou Bamba, is making little headway...


Who will follow Blé Goudé to the Hague?

Chief among those running that military campaign was the current National Assembly Speaker, Guillaume Soro, whose activities over the previous decade are the subject of an large file at the United Nations...


Blaise wants compromise

Meanwhile, attempts by the President to enlist help from his old friends in Côte d’Ivoire, President Alassane Dramane Ouattara and National Assembly Speaker and former warlord Guillaume Soro, have backfired...


Long shadow of 2011

Pro-government media stay aloof, as if mindful that reminding the world about past atrocities invites an unwelcome comparison with the militias under the former rebel leader and current National Assembly Chairman Guillaume Soro (AC Vol 54 No 12, Justice may have to wait)...


Rising up against Compaoré

Three days after the three leaders had defected, Ivorian President Alassane Dramane Ouattara sent his National Assembly Speaker and former warlord Guillaume Soro to Ouagadougou...


Justice may have to wait

One founding FN leader was Guillaume Soro, who later headed the unity government in power during the election period in 2010-11 and is now National Assembly President...


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