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US News Gambia: The Truth and Reconciliation Commission recommends prosecution against Jammeh

00:02  25 december  2021
00:02  25 december  2021 Source:   rfi.fr

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Photo d'illustration : Yahya Jammeh, ancien président de la République de Gambie. © AFP / file Stock Photo: Yahya Jammeh, former President of the Republic of Gambia.

The Truth and Reconciliation Commission, which investigated in Gambia on the crimes committed during the 22 years of Power of Yahya Jammeh, recommends legal proceedings against the former dictator before an international tribunal, in a report published on Friday 24 December Banjul.


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The Commission "recommends the pursuit of Yahya Jammeh and its accomplices before an international tribunal, In a West African country other than the Gambia, under the aegis of the Economic Community of West African States (CEDAO) and the African Union ", in particular for" murders, arbitrary detentions, disappearances " .

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