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Letters: Who gave CRC the mandate to expand the jurisdiction of the Cardi Courts?

  Dear editor, I have read through the 11-page document of the CRC Act of 2017 at least 11times and could not find anywhere the CRC...

Letters: Fostering disaffection? Say goodbye to politicking

  Dear editor, I wonder just how many ordinary citizens who attended CRC meetings persuaded the CRC to include in the proposed new Constitution limits to...

Letters: How will this behavior be reformed?

  Dear editor, If you were tuned to the TRRC during the past few months you learned, among many disturbing things, that the GAF seriously beat...

Letters: The tragedy no one sees

  Dear editor, This past weekend was symptomatic of a nagging problem that goes far beyond politics; party politics, that is. It was APRC's turn, and...

Letters: Any personal attack on TRRC by the APRC is an attack on all of us

Dear editor, Unsurprisingly, APRC leadership and wayward supporters used their so-called Mega Rally as a platform to launch personal salvo on the TRRC and its...

Letters: Who is the phony and cultist APRC kidding?

  Dear editor, In the run up to their scheduled November 23rd rally, APRC propaganda machinery is working overtime deceiving the party members about the potential...

Letters: Jerejef Justice Cherno! Reflections on the Draft Constitution

  Dear editor, It's an honour to join my fellow countrymen and women to congratulate the able Chairman of the Constitutional Review Commission (CRC) Justice Cherno...

Letters: Evaporating candor and statesmanship in the presidency

  Dear editor, When a leader, no less a head of state travels and give speeches, citizens need to be both inspired and mesmerized by substance,...

Letters: Remove the entire draft Section 107 in the Criminal Offences Bill

Dear editor, It is not enough for the Ministry of Justice to remove the second part of the draft section 107 regarding parental insult and...

Letters: Constructive analysis of the draft new constitution

  Dear editor, We assume this is the Public Review Phase of the first draft of the New Constitution after which observations and objections are taken...

Letters : Is President Barrow a gullible novice or a shrewd politician?

  Dear editor, Many people were of the view that President Adama Barrow is gullible and may not be able to maneuver around the many political...

Letters: Is insulting now acceptable?

  Dear editor, I understand that my morality is not your morality. I also appreciate that we cannot legislate morality or behavior, but we also know...

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