Thursday, 27 January 2011

Political impasse frustrates Ivorians

There still is big commotion in the Ouattara and Gbagbo camps, regarding the validation or rejection of the results of the presidential run-off that has escalated into a month-long standoff. But in the streets of the Ivorian capital it is a different story. Africanews reporter Selay Marius Kouassi reports.
Since the debut of the impasse, public transportation is disrupted, many businesses have shut their doors and people are hard hit by rising inflation.
You have seen and heard politicians talk and the international community discuss the situation in Ivory Coast. But what does the battle between the Ouattara and Gbagbo camp mean for the day too day life in Abidjan?

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