The Abidjan Circuit Court declared Amad Waemi guilty of “crimes against population, robbery, kidnapping, murder, rape and crimes against humanity.”
During the post-electoral crisis, Amadé Ouérémi, a former warlord close to Côte d’Ivoire, was sentenced to life imprisonment at the Assizes Court in Abidjan on Thursday, April 15 when he approached the Pro-Ouérémi camp during the post-election crisis. , The crime was “committed a crime against humanity” and was established in Duékoué in 2011.
Amadé Ouérémi, nicknamed “Lord” in the region, was sentenced for actions committed in the post-election crisis from March 28 to 29, 2011, which shocked the country , Born in President Laurent Gbagbo (Laurent Gbagbo) refused to admit that he faced the defeat of Alassane Ouattara (Alassane Ouattara) killed about 3,000 people in the Red Cross one day, the Red Cross reported 817 people were executed, while 300 people were executed by the United Nations.
patio “Amad Waemi is guilty of crimes against humanity, robbery, kidnapping, murder, rape, crimes against humanity” with “Condemn him for life imprisonment”After the prosecution’s request, the president of the court, Judge Charles Bini, was announced. The Abidjan Circuit Court also ordered him to pay more than 1 billion CFA francs (approximately 1.5 million euros) to 34 victims who have become civil parties.
He has been wearing a faded T-shirt since the trial began on March 24. Amadé Ouérémi, 57, was motionless when the sentence was pronounced, and his face was covered with anti-Covid-19 words.
“This is a biased trial, which will only lead to a biased judgment.”, The reaction to the defense lawyer Roseline Aka Sérikpa. For her, Amadé Ouérémi “It is only partially responsible. It is unfair to make him take full responsibility for what happened to Duékoué.”. “This trial did not allow us to clarify what happened in Duékoué, so too many gray areas still make us think.”, She added.