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 Taylor Report 
 Jean-Hilaire Yapi, President of the Ivoirian Congress of Canada
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Phil interviews Jean-Hilaire Yapi of the Ivorian Congress of Canada on the results of the Ivory Coast elections. Jean-Hilaire calls the election rigged and illegal. In the first place, President Ouattara was not eligible to run because the constitution did not permit a presidential third term.

Jean-Hilaire accuses Ouattara of hijacking state power in Ivory Coast. 85 people died at the hands of state police, and masked militiamen, during the elections. Opposition leaders have disappeared. Only 10% of the people actually voted, although Ouattara's election commission claims that 54% of the people voted.

Phil notes that the former UN Secretary General, Ban Ki Moon, intervened militarily and illegally in the internal affairs of Ivory Coast to put Ouattara, a business-friendly candidate, in power ten years ago.

The Ivory Coast has gold, oil, gas and is the world's largest producer of cocoa. France is the former colonial power and still aims to control Ivory Coast and other West African countries.

Currently, 10,000 Ivory Coast residents have fled as refugees to neighbouring countries.
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00:19:47 English 2020-11-16
 Toronto, Ontario
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