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10/08/2012

CNE de Ouattara : des enquêtes biaisées et des résultats tronqués

 

Créée par Dramane ouattara le 20 juillet 2011, la Commission Nationale d’Enquête (CNE) était chargée de mener des enquêtes sur les graves violations des droits de l’homme et les atteintes aux droits humanitaires perpétrés du 31 octobre 2010 au 15 mai 2011.

Le mercredi 8 août 2012, la très contestée CNE a remis officiellement les résultats de ses "enquêtes" à son mandataire Dramane ouattara. Selon le rapport de la CNE, la crise postélectorale a enregistré "3.248 personnes tuées". Le rapport indique  que les forces armées pro-Gbagbo sont responsables de la mort de 1.452 personnes, dont 1.009 exécutions sommaires. De l’autre côté,  les forces pro-Ouattara (FRCI, dozos et autres supplétifs) ont causé la mort de 727 personnes, dont 545 exécutions sommaires.

 

Des enquêtes biaisées dès le départ

Le FPI avait déjà dénoncé "le caractère partisan" de la CNE dès sa création, le 20 juillet 2011. En outre, les ivoiriens et surtout les partisans du Président Laurent Gbagbo, fraichement renversé, subissaient des exactions et les pires formes de violations de droit humains sur toute l’étendue du  territoire, dans la période desdites enquêtes. Comment pouvaient-ils se permettre de dénoncer leurs bourreaux qui étaient en armes? De toute évidence, de nombreuses victimes pro-Gbagbo n’ont pas pu se rendre auprès de cette commission estampées RHDP, de peur des représailles des bourreaux qui tiennent toujours les armes dans les quartiers, villes, villages et campements. Ces enquêtes étaient donc pipées dès le départ.

 

Des résultats visiblement tronqués

Bien évidemment, des enquêtes biaisées ne peuvent que donner des résultats tronqués. Mme Paulette Badjo, présidente de la CNE, invitée du JT de 20h du jeudi 9 août 2012 de RTI1 a dévoilé des chiffres tout aussi ahurissant que frustrant pour les victimes et parents de victimes proches du Président Gbagbo. Selon la magistrate, "sur les 727 personnes tuées par les forces de M. Ouattara, la part de morts imputée aux dozos est de 200 tués".

 Non seulement le chiffre 727 morts attribué aux forces pro-Ouattara est contestable, parce que très minoré par rapport à la réalité,  mais aussi les 200 tués imputés aux tristement célèbres dozos sont une contre-vérité insultante.

Pour rappel, le 29, 30 et 31 mars 2011, les dozos ont perpétrés un massacre de 850 wê à Duekoué, selon les ONG opérant dans la zone. Les 850 wê massacrés par les FRCI à Duekoué excèdent déjà la part totale de tués imputés aux forces fidèles à ouattara par la très partisane commission de Mme Paulete Badjo.

 CNE, FRCI, dozos, Ouattara

La promotion du mensonge étant l’un des points forts du régime de Dramane ouattara, ce rapport truffé de contre-vérités est déjà diffusé sur tous les canaux de communication. La crise postélectorale est si récente qu’il est cynique de vouloir déjà en tronquer la réalité des faits. Bien sûr, l’objectif de Ouattara étant de protéger les criminels de guerre qui l’entourent pour ne porter l’accusation que sur les partisans du Président Gbagbo, dans un contexte de report répété de l’audience de confirmation ou d’infirmation des charges contre ce dernier.

Dramane Ouattara, Chef suprême des FRCI, continue sa difficile manœuvre de se faire passer pour la victime, alors qu’il est en réalité le vrai bourreau des ivoiriens depuis sa rébellion de septembre 2002. La vraie enquête commencera lorsque les dozos et autres supplétifs FRCI seront désarmés et encasernés, de sorte à octroyer un minimum de sécurité à ceux qui oseront dénoncer leurs crimes à une commission d'enquête. Tout autre tentative avant le désarmement n'est que pure distraction. 

 

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29/07/2012

Ouattara is a war criminal, Why he does not deserve to make a speech at Chatham House on 27 July 2012?

Josef Israel posted toCNN
President Ouattara of Ivory Coast is a war criminal Why he does not deserve to make a speech at Chatham House on 27 July 2012? 1/
http://www.guardian.co.uk/world/2011/apr/09/ivory-coast-rebels-kill-hundreds “As Ouattara, backed by the UN and the international community, edges closer to victory, the Guardian has uncovered evidence of atrocities committed by the forces acting in his name. Refugees who scrambled through the rainforest to safety in neighbouring Liberia have described children being burned alive during rebel attacks and bodies littering the streets. Hundreds have been killed by forces loyal to Ouattara, according to HRW's report. It found that summary executions of perceived Gbagbo supporters had taken place, and reported accounts of mass rape. Matt Wells, HRW's Ivory Coast researcher, said: "In village after village, Ouattara's forces terrorised civilians perceived as supporting Gbagbo, killing hundreds and raping dozens more. In committing to move Ivory Coast out of its longstanding crisis, Ouattara must ensure that the perpetrators of these heinous crimes are brought to justice Crouching in the bushes along the banks of the river that separates Liberia from Ivory Coast, two young Liberian men in filthy clothes and flip-flops agreed to a recorded interview after a small payment was made. They described how they had just returned home from a nine-day operation with pro-Ouattara rebels, where they said they were told to kill "anyone and everyone". They described barbaric scenes in which they surrounded villages in the west of Ivory Coast and, armed with machetes, killed everyone they saw. "The town we entered first, most of the people were on the road. We killed them, just cutting them with our machetes," they said. One of the towns they claim to have attacked was Blolequin. UN investigators said yesterday they had found more than 100 bodies in Blolequin and surrounding towns. Some appeared to have been burned alive and others had been thrown into a well. The UN believes Liberian mercenaries may have been responsible.” 2/
http://www.hrw.org/news/2011/04/09/c-te-d-ivoire-ouattara-forces-kill-rape-civilians-during-offensive Côte d’Ivoire: Ouattara Forces Kill, Rape Civilians During Offensive Forces
loyal to President-elect Alassane Ouattara killed hundreds of civilians, raped more than 20 alleged supporters of his rival, Laurent Gbagbo, and burned at least 10 villages in Côte d'Ivoire's far western region, Human Rights Watch said today 3/ 
http://www.hrw.org/news/2011/08/05/c-te-d-ivoire-military-promotions-mock-abuse-victims Côte d’Ivoire: Military Promotions Mock Abuse Victims President Not Living Up to Promises of Impartial Justice Washington) – The promotion of two Côte d’Ivoire military commanders against whom there are serious allegations of involvement in grave crimes raises concerns about President Alassane Ouattara’s commitment to end impunity and ensure justice for victims, Human Rights Watch said today. On August 3, 2011, President Ouattara signed a promotion making Chérif Ousmane the second-in-command for presidential security (Groupe de sécurité de la présidence de la République). During the final battle for Abidjan, Ousmane was the head of the Republican Forces operations in Yopougon neighborhood, where scores of perceived supporters of Laurent Gbagbo were executed extrajudicially. A soldier in his “Guépard Company” told Human Rights Watch that Ousmane himself ordered the execution of 29 prisoners Ouattara also appointed Martin Kouakou Fofié head of the military company (Compagnie territoriale)headquartered in the northern town of Korhogo. Fofié was one of three people placed on the UN Security Council sanctions list in 2006, for commanding forces who committed grave violations of human rights and international humanitarian law. Despite frequent promises of impartial justice, the Ouattara government has not charged anyone from the Republican Forces – the troops that supported him in removing Gbagbo and that are now the country’s military – for the grave crimes committed during the post-election period. More than 70 leaders from the Gbagbo side have been charged by either civilian or military prosecutors. President Ouattara is invited to make a speech on 27 July 2012 at Chatham House. This will be a stain on the reputation of such a respectable British institution and an insult to the memories of the thousands of innocent civilian victims of his barbaric military. Most of the opposition leaders and hundreds of random perceived supporters of ex-President Gbagbo are rotting in jail without trial and have been tortured since Ouattara seized power in April 2011. Many have died as a consequence of this. Opposition rally is banned in Ivory Coast and daily kidnapping, torture, imprisonment of journalists and opposition activists have become the standard. None of the war criminals from his side has yet faced justice despite the rhetoric of fair justice and end of impunity. As stressed by the US Senator Inhofe in a protest against the visit of Ouattara to the White House “It is outrageous that President Obama would welcome, with open arms, a man who is responsible for the death of at least 3,000 people and displacement of half a million refugees in the African country of Cote d’Ivoire,” said Inhofe. “Instead of participating in our nation’s budget crisis, the President spends his time meeting with this killer and human rights abuser. Ouattara’s bloodletting seems unabated, and he does not seem to be interested in restraining his forces from eliminating perceived pro-Gbagbo supporters. He did not deserve an invitation to our White House or an audience with our President in the Oval Office. Ouattara is nothing more than an illegitimate usurper who has scandalized Cote d’Ivoire’s electoral system, and unlawfully ousted democratic incumbent Laurent Gbagbo.” http://inhofe.senate.gov/public/index.cfm?FuseAction=PressRoom.PressReleases&ContentRecord_id=77DBC2F2-E574-AC49-AC24-E26816012F5B He is a tyrant and war criminal who does not deserve the honour of being welcomed by such a highly regarded organisation that promote democratic values, human rights and good governance in the world. We hope that our voiceless outcry will be echoed by yourself and your organisation. I avail myself for more information on the matter at your convenience. Regards Patrick Beuseize. Ivorian Student in the UK and campaigner for Human rights and Democracy in Africa. patrickbeuseize@hotmail.com

Source: Patrick Cohen.

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