Blaise Compaore, the recently ousted Burkina Faso President, has left Morocco today after a “very limited stay” in the kingdom.
Morocco forced Compraore to leave after that the current Burkina Faso authorities asked their Moroccan counterparts to extradite the man, even though Morocco could legally reject his extradition as the country does not have any judiciary cooperation with Burkina Faso.
Compaore has left to the Ivory Coast and more exactly to Yamoussoukro.
A previous statement from the Moroccan authorities made it crystal-clear that Blaise will only stay for few days in the kingdom, especially that Morocco affirmed its support to the transition process in Burkina Faso and congratulated its people and the driving forces of the country for their spirit of patriotism and responsibility in this important stage of their history.
The Moroccan Times.