Next Week in Africa: November 11-17

Several important developments will occur during the week of November 11-17 that have the potential to shape geomarket outcomes in Africa.

November 11-13: France will host the Paris Peace Forum.

November 12: International Criminal Court hearings resume for former Côte d’Ivoire President Laurent Gbagbo.

November 14: United Nations Security Council votes to remove sanctions on Eritrea.

November 14-16: Mozambique President Filipe Nyusi visits Norway.

November 15: Democratic Republic of the Congo oppositional leaders self-imposed deadline to select presidential election consensus candidate.

November 17: African Union Heads of State and Government summit opens in Addis Ababa.

Related analysis:

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/cote-divoire-regional-municipal-elections-challenge-to-political-reconciliation/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/eritrea-ethiopia-somalia-summit-in-bahirdar/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/mozambique-municipal-elections-oil-gas-empower-frelimo-renamo-cooperation/

https://geomarketsafrica.com/analysis/democratic-republic-of-the-congo-oppositional-conclave-in-geneva/

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