COTE D’IVOIRE: Coulibaly’s death changes political calculus ahead of election

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On 8 July, President Alassane Ouattara announced the sudden death of his prime minister and anointed successor Amadou Gon Coulibaly. The prime minister’s demise is a severe blow for Ouattara, who – despite Coulibaly’s known health issues – had not planned for this scenario. Since presenting himself for a controversial third term would come with a host of problems, Ouattara seems more likely to grudgingly hand the candidacy to a previously passed-over candidate such as Minister of Defense Ahmed Bakayoko. Coulibaly, who had undergone heart surgery in 2012, had been flown to Pa
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