To try to mend Ivory Coast mediator

Ivorisch President Ouattara if you have a post conflict truth and Conciliation Commission Justice after the AtrocitiesFormer bring UN Secretary General Kofi Annan and Archbishop Desmond Tutu part of reconciliation EffortThe Côte d ' Ivoire's recent presidential election are disputed plunged the nation into a period of violent tension

(CNN) -the most respected intermediary of the international diplomatic community three came in Côte d ' Ivoire Sunday to start a process of national reconciliation.

Former UN Secretary General Kofi Annan, Archbishop Desmond Tutu and former President of the Republic of Ireland Mary Robinson gathered for the first day of their two-day visit to Abidjan.

"You have a very difficult experience lived," Annan said to a crowd of assembled reporters. "It is only a Côte d ' Ivoire, and we must work together and to build this country."

Last month, said Ivory Coast President Alassane Ouattara of the reporters that he was to set up a truth and Reconciliation Commission to court the atrocities during the recent riots or before bring anyone, committed.

A political impasse ended the west African nation recently, which began in December after former President Laurent Gbagbo's refusal to resign after he lost elections.

The war escalated violence and fears almost 1 million inhabitants, forced to flee the main city Abidjan, agencies said. The standoff left hundreds Tote.CNN's Moni Basu and Alanne Orjoux to this report helped.


To try to mend Ivory Coast mediator