He also played the role of chairman of West African Monetary Union Board of Finance Ministers.
What does WAMU stand for?
WAMU stands for West African Monetary Union
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The West African monetary union and the UN agency tasked with promoting education are to launch a $12m project to boost the information and communications technology (ICT) capacity of universities by creating a regional virtual library network.
Gbagbo's government spokesman Ahoua Don Mello branded the decision "illegal and manifestly outside the competence of the West African Monetary Union.
Gbagbo has yet to respond to the threat of military action, but his government reacted with fury to the central bank decision, branding it "illegal and manifestly outside the competence of the West African Monetary Union.
It is the major bank in the Maghreb and the West African Monetary Union (UEMOA) and is a reference factor of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC).
But in a further blow to Gbagbo, seven finance ministers representing the other countries in the West African Monetary Union said only Ouattara's government could deal with their shared central bank.
Gbagbo's government spokesman Ahoua Don Mello, branded the decision "illegal and manifestly outside the competence of the West African Monetary Union.