Gambian president refuses to step down after losing elections
The Gambian president Yahya Jammeh refuses to make way for his successor, Adama, Barrow. He told Wednesday at the Gambian television that he will not resign.
Also condemns he the interference of the West African economic grouping Ecowas, which claims that the Jammeh as far as going to get that he has the power to relinquish.
Jammeh lost the presidential election of opposition leader Barrow on 1 december. But the current president accepted the outcome. There would be verkiezingscomité are susceptible to fraud and therefore did soldiers raided the office of the committee.
Secretary-general Ban Ki-moon and the UN made a week ago is still angry about the deployment of soldiers by Jammeh and exhorted him to resign.
On January 18, runs Jammeh’s term and would Barrow should be inaugurated. He is 22 years of the reign, a period in which he Gambia with a firm hand led.