From Bouaké to Abidjan, the bumpy road to reconciliation in Ivory Coast
In November 2010, a disputed presidential election in Ivory Coast sparked violence. Rival supporters of Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara clashed for weeks, leaving some 3,000 people dead. This Saturday, voters will head to the polls nationwide for regional and municipal elections. Our correspondents travelled from Bouaké to Abidjan to gauge the progress that reconciliation efforts have made to date.
A programme prepared by Patrick Lovett.
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