The case continues to make waves since January 15, 2016, when the new authorities of Burkina Faso have issued an international arrest warrant against the head of the Ivorian Chamber, Guillaume Soro Kigbafori. After the Ivorian government and the office of the National Assembly, it is the turn of the Union for National Progress (Upn), an opposition party, to step into the breach for rebelling against the ‘umpteenth judicial harassment ” in respect of two Ivorians number. On Friday, January 22, 2016, in a statement which we managed copy, the first vice-president of the Upn, Antoine Droh, said the indignation of his party in relation to the warrant. “We are outraged by the behavior of the new Burkinabe authorities against the President of the National Assembly of Cote d’Ivoire,” insists the statement. For the president of the Upn, Vehi Leon and his first vice president, Antoine Droh, both from the Toura Township west of Ivory Coast, their support for President Guillaume Soro, beyond a patriotic act, an entire community is joining an ally originated from northern Ivory Coast. “We recall that the way Burkina Faso to historical links with Côte d’Ivoire, this is the same as the Tura people of western Côte d’Ivoire to a historic alliance with the people sénoufo which resulted Guillaume Soro. In the name of this ancient historic alliance that the entire people of Tura in the strongest refuses his son to be splashed by a sudden case of imaginary telephone wire, “took offense Antoine Droh Moreover, special adviser his majesty Soumahoro Cheick Amala, supreme head of the canton Toura. “Let those who today speak of a so-called right to know that between 2004 and 2012, more than 45,000 Burkinabe who have illegally occupied the forests and savannas of Toura people just because they bought the land . Where were these eminent jurists Burkinabe who were not able to remind their parents in times of war, no transaction is legal “if he asked, finally.