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Côte d’Ivoire
Practice Relating to Rule 100. Fair Trial Guarantees
Section G. Examination of witnesses
Côte d’Ivoire’s Criminal Procedure Code (1960), as amended up to 1969, states:
TITLE I: THE COURT OF ASSIZES
CHAPTER 4: THE PREPARATORY PROCEDURE TO THE ASSIZES SESSIONS
SECTION 1: MANDATORY PROCEDURES
ARTICLE 281
At least twenty-four (24) hours before the opening of the hearings the public prosecutor and the civil party notify the accused, and the accused notifies the public prosecutor and, if appropriate, the civil party, of the list of persons that they want to be heard as witnesses.
The fees for the summoning of witnesses made at the parties’ request and for their indemnities, if requested, are charged to the parties. This does not apply to the witnesses indicated by the accused, when their summoning is requested by the public prosecutor with the belief that their declarations could be useful in ascertaining the truth.
CHAPTER 6: HEARINGS
SECTION 1: GENERAL PROVISIONS
ARTICLE 312
… [T]he public prosecutor may directly question the accused and the witnesses.
The accused or his or her counsel may, through the President [of the Court], question the co-accused, the witnesses and the civil party. …
SECTION 3: THE PRODUCTION AND DISCUSSION OF EVIDENCE
ARTICLE 332
After every deposition, the President may question the witnesses.
The public prosecutor, counsels of the accused and the civil party, the accused and the civil party have the same right, subject to the conditions expressed in Article 312. 
Côte d’Ivoire, Criminal Procedure Code, 1960, as amended up to 1969, Articles 281, 312 and 332.