In Ivory Coast, the president of the National Assembly (PAN) Guillaume Soro, seems decided to make lie the head of the State, Alassane Dramane Ouattara (ADO), about the resignation of the first named announced for this month of February 2019. Explanations.
The Ivorian head of state, Alassane Dramane Ouattara, seized the opportunity of the ceremony of exchange of vows with the press at the Palace of the Republic, to announce, with the greatest certainty, that the President of the Assembly Guillaume Soro, in this case, will resign. Except that the unpredictable Soro seems to have another option in mind. "Soro Guillaume will resign in February, it is understood, it is settled". It is in these terms that President Ouattara announced the apron to be returned by Soro. A week after this announcement to big noise, things do not turn as desired by the head of state.
Information published by Jeune Afrique and repeated by the Ivorian press, reveal that the day after the announcement made by President Ouattara, a delegation led by Biraima Ouattara, younger brother of the leader, also Minister of Presidential Affairs, and Gilbert Koné Kafana, Minister of Relations with the Institutions, was politely dismissed at the home of Guillaume Soro. The newspaper said the delegation had come to convince the president of the National Assembly to sign a letter of resignation.
Better Ivorian newspapers, Guillaume Soro, refusing to sign any document in the direction of his resignation announced by Alassane Ouattara, said he will return the deck, as desired by the leader, only during a parliamentary session . Knowing that the Ivorian Constitution stipulates that the solemn opening ceremony of the parliamentary session of the year takes place during the month of April, generally opening with an orientation speech by the President of the National Assembly, Inspired by the events that have marked the political, economic and social life of Côte d'Ivoire, L'Infodrome emphasizes, Guillaume Soro will not resign in February, as Alassane Ouattara has so well said. This suggests a tension in relations visibly already struck between the Head of State, ADO and PAN.