Tagged: Ivory Coast

Ivory Coast, officially the Republic of Côte d’Ivoire, is a West African nation with a population of over 26 million. Having experienced periods of political instability, including a civil war in the early 2000s, Ivory Coast has emerged as one of the continent’s economic powerhouses. The political scene is characterized by a multi-party system, with major political entities including the Democratic Party of Ivory Coast (PDCI-RDA), the Rally of the Republicans (RDR), and the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI). The political landscape often revolves around issues of national identity, regionalism, and the delicate balance of power between the diverse ethnic and religious communities. The country’s economic backbone is the agricultural sector, particularly cocoa production, which is a critical contributor to the global market. Despite economic growth, Ivory Coast faces challenges related to social inequality, youth unemployment, and inadequate infrastructure. The nation has made strides in post-conflict reconciliation and economic development, yet lingering tensions persist. Ivory Coast’s cultural fabric is woven from the diverse traditions of over 60 ethnic groups, each contributing to the nation’s vibrant music, dance, and art. While the country is known for its stability in recent years, navigating the complexities of democratic governance, economic diversification, and social cohesion remains crucial for Ivory Coast’s sustained development in the West African region. GETZIPCODES: Features democracy and rights of Ivory Coast.

Ivory Coast Population 2014

Ivory Coast 2014

Yearbook 2014 Ivory Coast. In March, the government decided that the former youth minister and leader of the Young Patriot militia group, Charles Blé Goudé, should be extradited to the International Criminal Court (ICC)...