PRESIDENTIELLES 2010
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Présidentielle du 31 octobre 2010: Campagne du Dr Alassane Dramane Ouattara
Photo: un des véhicules de campagne du RDR .

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Affiches publicitaires pour la campagne présidentielle 2010
This picture taken on October 23, 2010 in Abidjan shows posters featuring Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo (R), former President Henri Konan Bedie (L) and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara (back) ahead of the October 31 presidential elections. President Laurent Gbagbo, former president Henri Konan Bedie, and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara will confront each other for the first time after dominating Ivorian politics for years in the presidential election on October 31. .

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Supporters of the Rally of the Republicans (RDR) wave flags during a party meeting with presidential candidate Alassane Dramane Ouattara in Aboisso
Supporters of the Rally of the Republicans (RDR) wave flags during a party meeting with presidential candidate Alassane Dramane Ouattara in Aboisso, about 130 km (80 miles) from Abidjan September 30, 2010. Ivory Coast will hold its long over-due presidential elections on October 31 .

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A man holds up a flag featuring the portrait of Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo before Gbagbo`s arrival
A man holds up a flag featuring the portrait of Ivorian president Laurent Gbagbo before Gbagbo`s arrival on October 9, 2010 at a hotel in Abidjan for his investiture as candidate of the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI) party to run in Ivory Coast`s presidential elections. Elections are set for October 31. .

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Pedestrians walk past an election poster of Ivory Coasts former Prime Minister Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning for the presidential elections
Pedestrians walk past an election poster of Ivory Coasts former Prime Minister Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning for the presidential elections. The first post-conflict election, is planned to be held on October 31, 2010. Poster reads `1 million jobs, 650,000 classes and 5 universities in 5 years`. .

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Pedestrians walk past an election poster of Ivory Coasts former Prime Minister Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning for the presidential elections
Pedestrians walk past an election poster of Ivory Coasts former Prime Minister Alassane Ouattara in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning for the presidential elections. The first post-conflict election, is planned to be held on October 31, 2010. Poster reads `1 million jobs, 65,000 classes and 5 universities in 5 years`. .

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Pedestrians walk past an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning.
Pedestrians walk past an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning. The first post-conflict election, is planned to be held on October 31, 2010. Poster reads `Peace has been won, now for development`. .

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A street vendor sells her wares in front of an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010
A street vendor sells her wares in front of an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning. The first post-conflict election, is planned to be held on October 31, 2010. .

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A woman walks past an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning.
A woman walks past an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning. The first post-conflict election, is planned to be held on October 31, 2010. Poster reads `Peace has been won, now for development`. .

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Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows an election campaign poster (front) for former prime minister Alassane Ouattara in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district.
Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows an election campaign poster (front) for former prime minister Alassane Ouattara in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district. The election in the onetime economic giant of west Africa is due to take place on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot. Poster reads : `Alassane Ouattare -- nicknamed Ado -- a house for every family, from 5 millions. Access to drinkable water and electricity`. .

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A skater carries a balloon reading `Gbagbo with you the victory is possible` in Abidjan on October 20, 2010, ahead of the October 31 presidential elections.
A skater carries a balloon reading `Gbagbo with you the victory is possible` in Abidjan on October 20, 2010, ahead of the October 31 presidential elections. Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo, former president Henri Konan Bedie, and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara will confront each other for the first time after dominating Ivorian politics for years. .

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A supporter of comedian and presidential candidate Dolo Adama sells items on a street in Abidjan October 16, 2010
A supporter of comedian and presidential candidate Dolo Adama sells items on a street in Abidjan October 16, 2010. Campaigns for elections set for October 31 were officially launched on Friday. .

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A street vendor walks past Ivory Coasts president Laurent Gbagbo presidential campaign poster on October 15, 2010 in Abidjan on the first day of the campaign of the country`s presidential election.
A street vendor walks past Ivory Coasts president Laurent Gbagbo presidential campaign poster on October 15, 2010 in Abidjan on the first day of the campaign of the country`s presidential election. Presidential election dates have been postponed seven times. .

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A woman walks past an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning
A woman walks past an election poster of Ivory Coasts President Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan on October 15, 2010, on the first official day of campaigning. The first post-conflict election, is planned to be held on October 31, 2010. Poster reads `Peace has been won, now for development`. .

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A supporter of the former Ivory Coast Prime Minister, President of the Rally of Republicans party (RDR) and Presidential candidate Alassane Dramane Ouattara brandishes campaign paraphernalia on October 15, 2010 in Abidjan for Ouattara`s presidential election campaign rally ahead of the general election to be held on October 31, 2010
A supporter of the former Ivory Coast Prime Minister, President of the Rally of Republicans party (RDR) and Presidential candidate Alassane Dramane Ouattara brandishes campaign paraphernalia on October 15, 2010 in Abidjan for Ouattara`s presidential election campaign rally ahead of the general election to be held on October 31, 2010. President Laurent Gbagbo, former president Henri Konan Bedie, and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara will confront each other for the first time after dominating Ivorian politics for years .

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A worker installs a campaign advertisement for Henri Konan Bedie, candidate of the Democratic Party of Cote d`Ivoire (PDCI), in Abidjan October 15, 2010.
A worker installs a campaign advertisement for Henri Konan Bedie, candidate of the Democratic Party of Cote d`Ivoire (PDCI), in Abidjan October 15, 2010. Campaigns for elections set for October 31 were officially launched on Friday. .

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A boy holds a poster of candidate Francis Wodie in Abidjan October 15, 2010. Campaigns for elections set for October 31 were officially launched on Friday.
A boy holds a poster of candidate Francis Wodie in Abidjan October 15, 2010. Campaigns for elections set for October 31 were officially launched on Friday. .

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Supporters of Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo cheer on top of a trailer truck on a street in Abidjan October 15, 2010.
Supporters of Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo cheer on top of a trailer truck on a street in Abidjan October 15, 2010. Gbagbo officially opened his election campaign on Friday in the town of Man in the rebel-held west, pledging to industrialise the West African nation by putting a cocoa factory in every growing region. .

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A man rides a bicycle in front of campaign advertisements for candidates Laurent Gbagbo (L) and Alassane Ouattara on a street of Cocody in Abidjan October 15, 2010. Campaigns for elections set for October 31 were officially launched on Friday.
A man rides a bicycle in front of campaign advertisements for candidates Laurent Gbagbo (L) and Alassane Ouattara on a street of Cocody in Abidjan October 15, 2010. Campaigns for elections set for October 31 were officially launched on Friday. .

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People walk past a campaign poster of the Ivory Coast`s former President and presidential candidate Henri Konan Bedie in Abidjan on October 16, 2010.
People walk past a campaign poster of the Ivory Coast`s former President and presidential candidate Henri Konan Bedie in Abidjan on October 16, 2010. Campaigning is underway for the Ivory Coast`s Presidential elections, due to be held on October 31, 2010. President Laurent Gbagbo, former president Henri Konan Bedie, and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara will confront each other for the first time after dominating Ivorian politics for years. .

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Posters of Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo (L) and presidential candidates Alassane Ouattara (C) and Henri Konan Bedie are seen in Abidjan October 18, 2010.
Posters of Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo (L) and presidential candidates Alassane Ouattara (C) and Henri Konan Bedie are seen in Abidjan October 18, 2010. .

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Students stand near a poster of Alassane Ouattara, former Ivory Coast prime minister and presidential candidate from the RDR (Rally of the Republicans), in Abidjan October 18, 2010.
Students stand near a poster of Alassane Ouattara, former Ivory Coast prime minister and presidential candidate from the RDR (Rally of the Republicans), in Abidjan October 18, 2010. .

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Men walk near posters of former Ivory Coast President Henri Konan Bedie (top) and current president Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan October 18, 2010.
Men walk near posters of former Ivory Coast President Henri Konan Bedie (top) and current president Laurent Gbagbo in Abidjan October 18, 2010. Bedie, a candidate from the Ivory Coast Democratic Party (PDCI), and Gbagbo, a candidate from the Ivorian Popular Front (FPI), are running in elections on October 31. .

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A poster of Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo is seen on a street of Abidjan October 18, 2010. Ivory Coast`s presidential election is set for October 31.
A poster of Ivory Coast President Laurent Gbagbo is seen on a street of Abidjan October 18, 2010. Ivory Coast`s presidential election is set for October 31. .

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Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows a giant campaign poster for President Laurent Gbagbo in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district.
Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows a giant campaign poster for President Laurent Gbagbo in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district. The election in the onetime economic giant of west Africa is due to take place on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot. Poster reads : `For Ivory Coast, I vote Gbagbo`. .

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Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows a giant campaign poster for President Laurent Gbagbo in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district.
Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows a giant campaign poster for President Laurent Gbagbo in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district. The election in the onetime economic giant of west Africa is due to take place on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot. Poster reads : `For Ivory Coast, I vote Gbagbo`. .

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Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows a giant campaign poster for President Laurent Gbagbo (R) and one for former President Henri Konan Bedie (L) in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district.
Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows a giant campaign poster for President Laurent Gbagbo (R) and one for former President Henri Konan Bedie (L) in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district. The election in the onetime economic giant of west Africa is due to take place on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot. Poster on the left reads : `Our experience at the service of the future` and poster on the right `For Ivory Coast, I vote Gbagbo.` .

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Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows an election campaign poster (front) for former prime minister Alassane Ouattara in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district.
Photo taken on October 19, 2010 shows an election campaign poster (front) for former prime minister Alassane Ouattara in the Plateau neighborhood, Abidjan`s business district. The election in the onetime economic giant of west Africa is due to take place on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot. Poster reads : `Alassane Ouattare -- nicknamed Ado -- a house for every family, from 5 millions. Access to drinkable water and electricity`. .

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A large electioneering poster of President Laurent Gbagbo is on the wall of the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in the Plateau business quarter Abidjan on October 19, 2010 as the town is swamped with posters for the presidential elections on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot.
A large electioneering poster of President Laurent Gbagbo is on the wall of the Felix Houphouet-Boigny stadium in the Plateau business quarter Abidjan on October 19, 2010 as the town is swamped with posters for the presidential elections on October 31, after many hold-ups and postponements of the vote, and rows over who is entitled to cast a ballot. .

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An Ivorian youth displays a slip bearing a slogan which translates as `I vote for Gbago` as he waits for the arrival of President of the Ivory coast Laurent Gbagbo to arrive at a rally in Abidjan on October 21, 2010.
An Ivorian youth displays a slip bearing a slogan which translates as `I vote for Gbago` as he waits for the arrival of President of the Ivory coast Laurent Gbagbo to arrive at a rally in Abidjan on October 21, 2010. President Laurent Gbagbo, former president Henri Konan Bedie, and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara will confront each other for the first time after dominating Ivorian politics for years on October 31, 2010. .

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This picture taken on October 23, 2010 in Abidjan shows posters featuring Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo (R), former President Henri Konan Bedie (L) and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara (back) ahead of the October 31 presidential elections.
This picture taken on October 23, 2010 in Abidjan shows posters featuring Ivorian President Laurent Gbagbo (R), former President Henri Konan Bedie (L) and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara (back) ahead of the October 31 presidential elections. President Laurent Gbagbo, former president Henri Konan Bedie, and former prime minister Alassane Ouattara will confront each other for the first time after dominating Ivorian politics for years in the presidential election on October 31. .

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Malian-born Ivorian comic and presidential candidate Adama Dolo, better known as Adama Dahico (L) greets people from an open-deck car during an electoral campaign in Adjame quarter of Abidjan on October 20, 2010, ahead of the October 31 presidential elections
Malian-born Ivorian comic and presidential candidate Adama Dolo, better known as Adama Dahico (L) greets people from an open-deck car during an electoral campaign in Adjame quarter of Abidjan on October 20, 2010, ahead of the October 31 presidential elections. With posters stuck up all over Abidjan and rallies planned, the presidential election campaign began in Ivory Coast after a decade of crisis and the division of the country by a rebellion. .

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