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The Dilemma Of The Barrow Administration

The transitional administration which did not try to take stock of the past to learn its lessons and start afresh to shape the institutions...

National Assembly Session Starts Today

The National Assembly is to sit from the 11th to the 27th of September. It is gathered that the President will address the National...

What Is The Fate Of The KM 37?

It is important for Gambians to fully understand what is meant by ordinary crime and civil disobedience. It is civil disobedience that became so...

HAS SANITY FINALLY PREVAILED? On the remand of the KM37

No one could justify in taking an accused person before a court that exercises the power to remand a person in jail but claims...

People Are Still Waiting For Sanity To Prevail

Destruction of property can never be justified. Selective justice can also never be justified. Two wrongs cannot make a right, so says the wisdom...

Will The 37 Accused Remain In Detention Till October?

No justice system could close its eyes to such a system of justice. Two fundamental principles of criminal justice are at stake in this...

Will There Be A New Wave Of Asylum Seekers Following Recent...

  When a demonstration goes beyond the bounds of legality it becomes uncontrollable; it becomes a civil disobedience. This often results in unpremeditated destruction of...

Ousman Darboe Laid To Rest The Lessons

Buried at the Latrikunda Yiringanya graveyard, Ousman Darboe of Sierra Leonean origin is said to be married to a Gambian from Sika. His remains...

The Nation Mourns The First President’s Departure While 37 Gambian Youths...

The speakers took turns in drawing lessons that others should learn from the departed first president of the Gambia. The key attributes mentioned which...

THE TEST: Will President Barrow Score High Marks Or Low Marks?

Foroyaa would have devoted its editorial on the state funeral of the former President if Killa Ace and 36 others were not incarcerated on...

State Funeral On Thursday

On Thursday 29th August, 2019 the Gambian people will mourn the death of the elder statesman and first president of the republic of the Gambia.Former...

The might of the National Assembly

The National Assembly has powers to pass Bills and motions or reject them. Its committees can investigate any matter and can gather evidence from...

The Might Of The Executive Presidency

When the presidency has powers to appoint and dismiss ministers, appoint and recall ambassadors, appoint members to boards of public enterprises and so on...

President Barrow’s Appointment Not To Be Taken For Granted

Yesterday’s cabinet reshuffle confirms that no appointment made by President Barrow should be taken for granted. That is why those appointed to positions of...

What is holding up the post mortem of Ousman Darboe?

EDITORIAL Foroyaa has reliably learnt that Ousman Darboe who died under suspicious circumstances which eventually gave rise to a national conflagration has still not received...

Time for law order and prosecution and time for mediation, reconciliation...

The state could be an instrument of coercion or an instrument of protection. A state which aims to prevent civil disobedience and promote peace...

Arrest! Arrest! Arrest! For what?

In a normal situation the law enforcement officers have the upper hand to receive information, conduct investigation, effect arrest on the basis of evidence,...

The Courts And Land Disputes

Land disputes are more complex than the land commission can handle. Some of the most controversial cases are either before the courts or had...

Importing 2.4 Billion Dalasis Worth Of Rice In 2018, Waw!

The revelation by the Secretary General of PDOIS in his press statement that The Gambia is importing more than 2 billion dalasis worth of...

The News From The Farming Community Should Be Investigated By The...

Foroyaa has been monitoring the effect of the long dry spell and the news is not in favour of a bumper harvest. Many farmers...