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FE, available at: 9 November 2017] This is not a UNHCR publication.
UNHCR is not responsible for, nor does it necessarily endorse, its content. Freedom House reports that divisions within the party of the country's former president, Laurent Gbagbo, have existed since his arrest [in 2011] (ibid.). Jeune Afrique explains that, on 5 March 2015, Pascal Affi N'Guessan, who had been party president since 2001, was removed by the Sangaré camp and replaced, on an interim basis, by Aboudramane Sangaré, one of the party's founders, pending the release of Laurent Gbagbo (ibid.).
Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response. "Craintes d'une justice sélective en Côte d'Ivoire." [Accessed 8 July 2015] Jeune Afrique. Copyright notice: This document is published with the permission of the copyright holder and producer Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada (IRB).
According to Alerte info, in April 2015, approximately 30 members of the Sangaré camp who had gathered near the head office of a newspaper with ties to the FPI, in Abidjan, were dispersed by the police (Alerte info 3 Apr. Stating that they had been ordered not to authorize the rallies around the building, the police used tear gas and arrested 10 people (ibid.). The original version of this document may be found on the offical website of the IRB at
According to the report of the UN Secretary General, in December 2014 and January 2015, [UN English version] "as a conciliatory gesture, a total of 63 detainees were released on bail" (UN , para. According to Country Reports 2014, some local human rights groups and political parties alleged that members of the FPI, who were detained on charges such as economic crimes, armed robbery, looting and embezzlement, "were political prisoners, especially when charged for actions committed during the 201011 postelection crisis" (US 25 June 2015, 8).
A report of the UN Secretary General to the UN Security Council indicates that [UN English version] "[o]n 3 April 2015, the court declared [Pascal] Affi N'Guessan the sole representative and leader of [the] FPI" (UN , para. According to Jeune Afrique, Affi N'Guessan's camp is considered [translation] "moderate," while that of Aboudramane Sangaré is characterized as "extremist" (Jeune Afrique 30 Mar. According to some sources, the latter are calling for the release of Laurent Gbagbo, who is being held by the International Criminal Court, before they agree to participate in the political life of the country (ibid.; AFP ).
Corroborating information could not be found among the sources consulted by the Research Directorate within the time constraints of this Response. Documents earlier than 2003 may be found only on Refworld.
Sources indicate that in May 2015, members of the Sangaré camp were arrested and placed in detention (UN , para. According to the Agence ivoirienne de presse (AIP), a government spokesperson stated that these arrests were part of the government's [translation] "duty" to maintain public order, given that the detainees, including two former ministers, had organized a rally of the Sangaré camp in Mama on 30 April 2015, "despite an order prohibiting it" (ibid.). "Crise au sein du parti de Gbagbo : Le gouvernement reconnaît l'actuel président comme 'interlocuteur' (porte-parole)." [Accessed 8 July 2015] Freedom House.
2.2 Detentions and Prosecutions According to Country Reports 2014, approximately 50 prisoners close to former president Gbagbo were released in June 2014 (ibid., 8).
Without specifying numbers, Freedom House also reports that some members of the FPI who had been detained were released in mid2014 (Freedom House 2015).