Gambian officials say draft constitution could be re-tabled in parliament before election

7 October 2020
Flag of the Gambia (photo credit: pixabay)
Flag of the Gambia (photo credit: pixabay)
The rejected draft Constitution still stands a chance for re-tabling before National Assembly, Minister of Justice and Attorney General Dawda hints. “At least by March, and if we table it in the National Assembly by March, if we’re lucky it got passed, we can still have the referendum in time before the election. This is still possible. It’s tight but it is possible.” “The document failed because there was no consensus around it. We want the process to be led by people we can trust, not me. Our role here as a Ministry is to facilitate, probably raised the necessary funding and logistics to support that process,” he added.
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