Prime Minister Alassane Ouattara from the camp, Guillaume Soro, asked Sunday in Bamako, Mali, external military intervention to end the political crisis in Côte d'Ivoire.
Only "a military intervention, consistent with international law and international law will end the chaos," Soro said at a press conference Sunday in Bamako at the end of the 15th ordinary session of the summit the Economic and Monetary Union of West Africa (UEMOA), which ended yesterday in the Malian capital.
Guillaume Soro, the "Ivorian people has elected Alassane Ouattara as President of the Republic of Cote d 'Ivoire ... And it is the ECOWAS (Economic Community of West African) Union Africa and the UN have all said that the election s' is held in a democratic manner. "
He said the current crisis has already claimed more than 300 deaths and 20,000 refugees. IT is said supporter "of an organized military option" because according to him, Laurent Gbagbo, "will not leave power" of himself.
A "targeted military operation that can shorten the suffering of populations and to the economy of a war in Ivory Coast," he said.
Côte d'Ivoire has been undergoing the second round of the presidential election on November 28 an acute crisis marked by deadly violence that killed more than 260 people according to the UN.
Presidential candidates Laurent Gbagbo and Alassane Ouattara have both proclaimed elected president of the republic and have each formed a Government.