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Wednesday, January 20, 2021

Monumental legal error in the Gambia’s 2017 first presidential swearing – in/Inauguration ceremony in Senegal

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The Author (DR. HENRY D.R. CARROL – M.R.G.), was awarded a joint U.N./United Nations Institute For Training And Research (U.N.I.T.A.R.) Fellowship, with which he undertook a Postgraduate Course in Public And Private International Law, at both The Peace Palace/International Court Of Justice (I.C.J.) and The Hague Academy Of International Law, in The Hague (The World’s Judicial Capital) in The Netherlands. After successfully completing the aforesaid Postgraduate Course, The Author was Certificated and he was simultaneously made:- (1) A Fellow Of U.N.I.T.A.R. and (2) A Fellow Of The Hague Academy Of International Law. To be continued]]>

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