Ivorian youth was invited Thursday to get involved and participate in the organization of the constitutional referendum scheduled during this year as part of institutional reforms announced by the head of the Ivorian state Alassane Ouattara.
The invitation was launched by Mamadou Touré, Technical Advisor to the President of the Republic, in charge of youth, sport and recreation at a public conference at the University Félix Houphouët-Boigny in Abidjan by the political science student Network Ivory coast (RESPO-CI) around the theme “youth and democracy in Africa: challenges?”.
To M.Touré, the next “constitutional referendum will provide further guidance to the Ivory coast.” Therefore, he urged the youth to get involved and participate in the debate so as not to “leave” the field to only those political parties that are likely to “mislead” the objectives of the referendum.
“The youth must participate because this referendum will proclaim the third Republic, “continued the Technical Adviser to the Head of the Ivorian state, stressing that youth should be the appointment of” the advent of the third Republic. ”
Furthermore, Mamadou Toure ruled on the debate on political change fueling recent months the staffs of the member parties of the Rally of Houphouetists for democracy and peace (RHDP coalition).
In this regard, it stressed that “the current debate on the alternation (in 2020) is not the concern of Ivorians.” The President of the Republic, explained M.Touré, was reelected to improve the living conditions of the Ivorian.
Noting that in 2015, economic growth was in the order of 10.3%, Mamadou Touré, said his audience that the concern of the President of the Republic is the “redistribution of wealth to the Ivorian out of insecurity.”