What observation do you make on the recent events which preceded the passage of the president of the Ppa-ci in the Mé and what should we deduce from it in view of the next electoral deadlines?
HASFirst of all, allow us to express our deep support for a compatriot, a sister, a woman who for several months has been languishing in the jails of this corrupt and dictatorial regime. We want to tell Pulchérie Gbalet and all her team that they must not give up in the face of this adversity which is only temporary. This power is not eternal even less unbreakable. It’s all a matter of time. Regarding this sad and regrettable episode of the Mé. It is clear that the Rdr-rhdp lives in a real psychosis. An absence of serenity which is the plausible sign of a lack of control of the field. From a lack of love of the population in the face of the lies and broken promises of Ouattara to the Ivorian people and particularly to those of Mé.
President Affi N’guessan suffered the same treatment during his tour of the Gôh region
Faced with this indisputable reality, they were left with nothing but invectives. Obviously, the slogans “Ivory Coast in solidarity” “living together” of the Rdr-rhdp are only wishes for hypocrisy and duplicity. It is in this that the expression “no one can take advantage of his own turpitude” takes on its full meaning because the sect of Ouattara and all its followers are thus revealed to the eyes of the peace-loving and justice-loving world. However, it is also good to remind our brothers of the Ppa that much remains to be done at their level to reassure the other Ivorians who still have memories of the long crisis that our country is experiencing and that they should try to change paradigm of approach because President Affi N’guessan suffered the same treatment during his tour in the Gôh region. We must at some point be lucid and consistent in our actions to avoid these situations. Each Ivorian is free to move and choose. Let us try to respect this elementary principle. Finally, this situation highlights the desire for trouble that is looming in a country where the conditions for a credible and peaceful election are in no way met.
Does this mean that the next elections will be in the same vein, namely disturbances, breakages, riots, and unfortunately loss of human life?
HASDo you need a particular prophecy to know what awaits the poor Ivorian people? do you need to read a grimoire or a crystal ball to know that the next election will be the scene of premeditated and planned disturbances? Let me tell you a secret. Ouattara and the Rdr-Rhdp in power illegally since 2011 can never win an election if the conditions for an inclusive, transparent and open ballot are met.
We need an in-depth reform of the Electoral Commission
The Rdr-Rhdp only thrives in an environment of turmoil, disorder and chaos. Otherwise, how do you explain the maintenance of certain people at the head of the institutions responsible for organizing the elections and beyond that responsible for ruling on its validity. Mr. Coulibaly KUIBIERT, current president of the “dependent” electoral commission, is nothing more than a pawn of an organized mafia specializing in electoral fraud. As a reminder, he was in the rebellion and effectively served the causes of this terrorist organization which bereaved the Ivorians. How can such a jurist who renounced the law to serve the insurrection and the guerrillas suddenly be animated by a holy spirit to the point of offering us a peaceful election? if he is still royally in this position despite the challenges of human rights organizations, opposition political parties and civil society; understand that his mission is far beyond what you can imagine. We insist and we persist, it is necessary to revoke this framework of the rebellion of this institution to hope to have a deep overhaul of the electoral process.
Failing to serve us an electoral commission without the members of the political parties, we must at least get rid of the catalyst of the troubles. To this, you must add the Constitutional Council which is nothing more than an organization where the eminent jurists who sit there have made a vow of obedience and submission not to the laws of the republic but rather to Ouattara and to the Rdr-rhdp from which most of them come or have pledged allegiance to it. May God really help us because the picture is gloomy for the elections of 2023 and 2025. However, we must not give up and wait for the angels to come and fight for us. We must fight by calling on all physical and spiritual forces to deliver this country from the specter of violence.
Minister Blé Goudé returned a few days ago, preceded by President Gbagbo several months ago. Who else do we have to wait for true reconciliation to begin?
Listen ! Reconciliation is not like a football match where one can kick off the start let alone predict the end. There are steps, gestures and even concrete actions to take to foster this environment of reconciliation. And if we started by recognizing that we have all sinned in word and in thought by endorsing for some, validated for others or sponsored the coup against President Bédié in 1999. The country certainly had many problems but from there to applaud a coup d’etat; we all screwed up. We were young and naive in this period but time allows us to recognize this serious fault of consequence. Everyone must do their mea culpa to allow this country, once a haven of peace, to regain its tranquility and begin its development. We are at a point where the frustrated of yesterday are the torturers of today. It is to believe that they have not learned the lessons of the past. We must promote the return of the former PAN Soro Guillaume and release the political and military prisoners present and those of the 2011 crisis.
True reconciliation will only begin if we agree on the democratic minimum and respect for human life
It is Ouattara and the RDR who are in power. They therefore have full responsibility for the stability of our country even if everyone has to do their part. We must make the slogan “Ivory Coast in solidarity” a political and social reality. If the construction of infrastructures and all-out indebtedness were a guarantee of peace, Europe would not be at war today. True reconciliation will only begin if we agree on the democratic minimum and respect for human life. Finally, get out of the economic and political clutches of France because no French government will come to make us happy. On the contrary, they are in this international mafia to keep us under this unjustified domination and source of permanent conflict with the youth who do not wait to have their future dictated even less to validate the legal, political and economic violations of which our parents were victims. . There is nothing hateful about this discourse, even less repellent vis-à-vis plural France, whose ties with Côte d’Ivoire remain deep and historic.
Are you a candidate for the next elections and under which banner?
Our team in the field is actively working to provide us with the final conclusions before any decisions are made. One thing is certain, we will have our say in this process and especially in our region of Cavally.
Does this mean that you plan to create a political party?
This option should not be ruled out because several executives from our former party as well as others from existing groups and associations are in the laboratory so that together we can restore hope and faith in the future to Ivorians. When the time comes, you will have the first information to help us spread the message we have for our fellow citizens. Côte d’Ivoire needs women and men with a new mentality and not a new generation. The difference must be made well to prevent the people from turning again to wolves disguised as politicians of the new generation and coming to perpetuate the policy of their mentors.
If you come from a generation of corrupt, law-breaking, and rebellious; it is requested that you will reproduce what your ancestors have taught you best. This is why we insist on a semantic approach of “new mentality” and not of new generation. Our future actions are part of this dynamic. We call on the people to have a little more patience because our secretariat continues to receive calls from women, young people and men ready to join our movement. Patience is a fruit of the holy spirit. Let’s keep the faith.
A subject that is as political as it is sporting now. What is your view on the progress of this football world cup in Qatar? a prediction for the final!
We must truly congratulate this country for what it has just achieved for the happiness of all the participating countries. The African teams have certainly not performed well, but unfortunately that is also the law of football. Remain fair play and prepare for the next World Cup where the number of participants will increase unless I am mistaken regarding the African teams. Even if the West clumsily and cowardly wanted to undermine Qatar’s efforts, it is clear that the organizers have kept all their promises. No human work being perfect, the rest should serve as a lesson for future editions. After all these criticisms from Europeans and particularly from political France against the organization of this football festival in Qatar, it is logical that they leave this cup to Argentina. It is neither a choice nor a prediction. It is the consequence of an analysis and of a coherence in the justification of the hypotheses of the Western boycott.
Your final word?
BT:We ask the opposition to organize itself better and prepare a minimum roadmap for the next elections. It is only at this price that we can win the elections in Côte d’Ivoire. Anyone who wants to ally with the Rdr-Rhdp is free, but let this not lead to the hatred of the other because we are all Ivorians and we must learn to accept the difference. This is also politics. To the French leaders, it is urgent, even imperative, to change the software for assessing the situation of African countries and especially the former colonies in the face of the lack of love of youth vis-à-vis their actions. If nothing is done in this direction quickly, we fear for the continuation of relations and it is not by financing the creation of media to try to restore their images that will resolve the malaise. May God bless Côte d’Ivoire and above all happy holidays to all
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Benjamin Téhé, (politician): “We must make the slogan “Ivory Coast in solidarity” a political reality” (Interview)
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