Achy Ekissi, General Secretary of the PCRCI: ”We must repeal the constitution of 2000”

Monday, June 6, 2011

The Revolutionary Communist Party of Côte d’Ivoire (PCRCI) voted last Thursday on the sociopolitical situation in the country. In an opening statement, the secretary general, said party Achy Ekissi pointed to the constitution which he says is partly responsible for the social divide today. Ainis he recommended its repeal. “We must repeal the constitution of 2000, as part of the source current crisis. “For him, it is a democratic constitution in which all citizens have equal rights and duties. “We must establish a constitution in which justice is effectively independent of the executive. A constitution in which power belongs to the people who actually delegates but has the tools to control it or take it back if that is his will, “he said. For general secétaire PCRCI, the new authorities should avoid the mistakes of reshaping that were brilliantly illustrated in the mismanagement of state affairs.

“We are at a turning point. What direction will the new government there?

Will there be where there is a single thought? A power that promotes illicit enrichment, corruption, a power which is subject to imperialism? Or will there be a democratic and modern fight against impunity for political crimes, economics, corruption, illicit enrichment? “Questioned the former head of PCRCI. He also commented on the new government he described as government-heavy look, he said, the very critical financial situation of the country due to looting of resources by the deposed regime. “This government is bloated. The country does not, at present, since the necessary financial situation left by the reshaping is very critical, “he said.

Published by Victor Vaughn

Anti-revisionist Marxist-Leninist, monarch of Latveria, owner, National Secretary of the American Party of Labor (APL) and operator of "The Espresso Stalinist" blog.

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