Ivory Coast unrest: President accused of violating constitution

Until 2010, Ivory Coast was considered one of Africa’s most politically stable countries.

The opposition in Ivory Coast is warning of more protests to denounce the president’s decision to seek a third term.

Another day of demonstrations on Friday turned violent.

Protesters accuse Alassane Ouattara of breaking a two-term limit, but he insists a new constitution allows him to run again.

Al Jazeera’s Ahmed Idris reports.