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Letters: Sexual abuse: Some facts you may care to know

Dear editor, Sexual abuse is not just an aberration or a crime of sexual passion; it is violence, abuse of power, a serious extension of...

Letters: Colonialists must fall

  Dear editor, Colonialism Reparation welcomes the fall of colonial symbols in many cities around the world and invites all the other cities where unfortunately colonial...

Letters: New Gambia must not be too top heavy!

Dear editor, New Gambia is the face of Gambian society evolved from a long political process of deconditioning, endured from a sustained era of a...

Letters: Foolish pride

  Dear editor, As I have previously stated in this column, the title “Honourable” conferred on NAMs comes with great expectation, and should be earned by...

Letters:Barrow is not the problem

  Dear editor, Many, particularly Diaspora Gambians, are faulting President Barrow for Gambia's ever mounting problems and slow development pace. Conveniently, it is always easier to...

Letters ;New Gambia! What model of democracy?

  Dear editor, I take it that until we have the referendum done and over, the public debate in the constitutional review process is not closed...

Letters to the Editor

Dear Mr President, It vexed me to hear Hon Mai Ahmad Fatty recollect on Membekering the Jammeh cheque book he was subjected to when you...

Letters:My lay take on the great debate: should it be the president to appear before the Assembly regarding the extensions of the SoPE?

Dear editor, I will attempt to provide my lay understanding of the main or relevant subsections under S.77 Sec. 77(1): The President shall at least once...

Letters: Power to the people or power to the parties!

  Dear editor You don't have to be a lawyer to see through the on going debate in the NA on elected councillors and their parties...

Letters:Is there anything like “national interest” in party politics? Whose interest? What Interest?

Dear editor, 1. What is a political party? (Certainly it is different from a pressure group or NGO) 2. Why do we form a political party?...

Letters: In defense of freedom of expression

  Dear editor, I choose not to say 'in defense of Madi Jobarteh', because the threat to freedom of expression in the Gambia affects all of...

Letters: Defend the Republic. Stand up for democracy

  Dear editor, The intention of the 1997 Constitution is to make the Gambia a Democratic Republic. The Constitution has guaranteed fundamental rights and freedoms to...

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