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Gambian ex-minister stuck in Switzerland to violate human rights

Gambian ex-minister stuck in Switzerland to violate human rights

Switzerland, the former Gambian minister of the Interior Ousman Sonko arrested. He is stuck on suspicion of committing crimes against humanity. Sonko had in Switzerland asylum asked.

The ex-minister remains three months in custody for the investigation, told the Swiss justice Monday know.

Zealous for the rights to say that Sonko under the now resigned president Jammeh was responsible for torture, summary executions, and other human rights violations. As a minister (from 2006 to 2016) he would for years the elite have argued that dissidents without mercy continued.

Last year it was Sonko the district taken abroad. His stay in a Swiss asylum centre came last week to light through a television broadcast.

Summary: Unrest in the Gambia

On december 1, wins Adama Barrow the elections in the African Gambia.
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After the victory of Barrow go, voters are cheering on the streets.
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The mood turns to as a sitting president Yahya Jammeh refuses to leave. He had earlier promised to do so.
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The decision of Jammeh not to steps leading to lot of unrest among the population.
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The ministry of Foreign Affairs then provides a negative travel advice for the Gambia. Vacationers are restored to the Netherlands.
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For capital Banjul, the ministry even code red issued. There would be an invasion of the West African military threat from Senegal.
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On 19 January, Barrow in Senegal inaugurated as the president of the Gambia.
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After the inauguration of president Adama Barrow celebrate his supporters party at the Gambian embassy in Dakar.
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Shortly after the inauguration of Barrow is the Senegalese army Gambia.
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The former president of Gambia, Yahya Jammeh, has the country on Saturday, January 21, to leave to make place for the new president.
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Many took to the streets after they heard that Yahya Jammeh has left the country.
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The newly-elected president Adama Barrow late on 22 January to know that the treasury of the Gambia, according to him, empty. On the day that I start, we will this clear up, ” says Barrow.
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The new Gambian president Adama Barrow held on January 28th in his first press conference, in which he spoke about the Senegalese occur in the country.
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Switzerland has Monday, January 30, the former Gambian minister of the Interior Ousman Sonko arrested. He is stuck on suspicion of committing crimes against humanity.
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