Should Obama and other Leaders get involved in asking Laurent Gbago to step down?
The Former President of Ivory Coast lost the election but refuses to step down. He recently refused to take Obama’s phone call.
I wrote a hub on this,which I pointed the way forward.The pressure should come more from the UN,not from individual leaders.Ivory Cost is a Sovereign state and should be treated as such.
i think that it is time to let countries do what they do. part of the problem with this planet is that some countries think they should impose their ideals on others. if a country is unhappy with it's government, the people of that country have to change it or the country will never get better. too many countries let their governments get too much control over them and then want others to fix it. the problem is once whichever dictator is removed , this same country will complain that the country that helped them is now forcing their ideas on the people.
I think Gbagbo's African peers should take on that mandate. This might just produce the desired effect.
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