Guiglo – Over 200 victims of the Ivorian crisis were compensated, Sunday afternoon at Guiglo in the far west of the country in the presence of the new minister of solidarity, social cohesion and compensation for victims, Pr Mariatou Koné. The continuation of this compensation process has helped 216 victims or assigns, to each receive a check for one million FCFA, during a ceremony held in the premises of the Prefecture Guiglo. This step comes as President Alassane Ouattara and his counterpart Ellen Johnson Sirleaf of Liberia are expected Monday in Guiglo for a 24 hour working visit which is part of an encounter between the traditional rulers of these two countries. The return of Ivorian refugees in Côte d’Ivoire, will also be at this tour menu. By moving inside the country, the new Minister Koné Mariatou, former Director General of the National Social Cohesion Programme (NSCP) responsible for compensation for victims, holds the promise of its policy of proximity with people.Named Tuesday, minister of solidarity, social cohesion and the compensation of victims in the new government, she recalled that “compensation victims of crises in Ivory Coast, was made ​​possible thanks to the will of President Alassane Ouattara, who has set up a special fund with an initial contribution of a value of CFAF 10 billion. “The phase compensation is made ​​from the list provided by the National Commission of Inquiry (CNE). The list, which was sent to the Special Investigation Unit and Training (CSEI), serves as a reference for compensation for dependents of deceased victims. For the medical and psychological care for wounded, lists used are those provided by the former Ministry of Solidarity, Family, Women and Children through its Division of Victims of war and the Authority for the disarmament, demobilization and reintegration (ADDR ). The lists used are reliable and people are not compensated “alleged victims”, but victims and assigns staff, assured Professor Mariatou Koné. The compensation process for victims was launched on 4 August in Abidjan by President Alassane Ouattara. Some 158,238 victims of crises in Côte d’Ivoire were identified during the census operation initiated by the National Commission for reconciliation and compensation of victims (CONARIV).