Bédié, the former president who lost power in a coup d'état on December 24, 1999, went all out on the management of once allied ruling party RHDP’s macroeconomic model which he said: “generated impoverishing growth from 2012 to 2020, with a rate of over 47%, despite an average GDP growth rate of 7.6% over the same period.
Henri Konan Bedié wants to rebuild Côte d'Ivoire in all sectors.
"The RHDP have never aimed to achieve a better redistribution of our national wealth," insisted Bédié.
"Against this forgery, I will win the upcoming presidential election with all the comrades in the opposition, to succeed in a mission of public salvation for all; especially young people, girls and boys of the new generations”. "In a reconciled country, I will promote employability for young graduates, jobs, women empowerment, automation in agriculture, health care reforms, and pledge to stop mass migration of our youth... I am determined and motivated for the empowerment of my fellow citizens. Down with clientelism as instituted by the current government". He ended.