The Djiboutian opposition coalition, the Union for National Salvation (USN), has begun its first post-election tour in the different districts of the country.
The extensive tour, which seeks to raise awareness of the USN, began in Balbala and will continue into the capitals of the five districts which make up the country. All senior members of the USN are present, except the three clerics who are still imprisoned.
The USN continues to challenge the election results of 22 February 2013 and intends to inform the Djibouti population of their key concerns. The leaders of the USN have all called on their supporters “to continue to mobilize and continue the struggle until the final victory.”
Two weeks ago, a large delegation of the opposition begun a tour of major embassies stationed in Djibouti including the United States, France or Qatar.
Mr Abdourahman Boreh said:
“This USN tour is a fantastic opportunity for the Djibouti population, those affected most by the current regime, to engage with the USN movement.”