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4th Reaction to the Draft Constitution from Dabanani Law       

4th Reaction to the Draft Constitution from Dabanani Law      

4th Reaction to the Draft Constitution from Dabanani Law Some Observations on the Draft Constitution on this Paradise TV Conversation Day As we enter the Paradise TV day on the Draft Constitution (the Draft), further observations on the document are in order. From non-constitutional material[Read More…]

by May 17, 2020 0 comments Politics
The National Assembly and National Destiny  

The National Assembly and National Destiny  

If anyone understands the nature of a Democratic Republic one will not be in any doubt to realize that the destiny of the Republic lies primarily in the hands of the National Assembly. This is why the Constitution provides all the necessary powers and tools[Read More…]

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Defend the Draft Constitution. No Gambian Should Serve for More 10 Years as President

Defend the Draft Constitution. No Gambian Should Serve for More 10 Years as President

It is indeed quite concerning that the Cabinet has expressed objection to the draft constitution on the issue of presidential term limit that it discriminates and targets Pres. Adama Barrow. That statement by the Cabinet is utterly false, irresponsible and a threat to peace. The[Read More…]

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Elite Capture of State Power in the Gambia

Elite Capture of State Power in the Gambia

There is no doubt that the incidence of a few powerful people, aka the ‘Elite’ have hijacked the Gambian State to serve their own selfishness at the expense of the masses of the people. Known as ‘Elite Capture’, this practice, existing since the beginning of[Read More…]

by May 7, 2020 0 comments Politics
3rd Reaction to the Draft Constitution from Dabanani Law 

3rd Reaction to the Draft Constitution from Dabanani Law 

Equality or exceptionalism: embedding preferential treatment in the Draft Constitution As we continue to interrogate the proposed Draft Constitution (the Draft) in the tradition of public conversation, issues central to equality and the fundamental precept of the separation of powers are being partially considered in[Read More…]

by May 7, 2020 0 comments Politics
The GAP And The So-Called “General”

The GAP And The So-Called “General”

Someone once said that “light travels faster than sound, so some people appear to be bright until you hear them speak.” If anyone embodies this quote, it’s none other than this dull Lamin Bojang who is creating a huge idiotic gap in GAP! Sometimes, you[Read More…]

by April 29, 2020 0 comments Politics