Guinea and Mauritania do last gesprekspoging departure ex-president, Gambia
The governors of the West African countries of Mauritania and Guinea are currently carrying out the last conversations with ex-president Jammeh of Gambia, in the hope that Jammeh independent waiver of his position after lost elections.
Officially was an ultimatum for Jammeh to leave the country on Friday, at 12.00, but there seems to be by Jammeh still no action will be taken to the Gambia to leave.
Thursday began the army of Senegal, supported by, among others, Nigeria and the United Nations, an invasion of neighbouring country of Gambia in order to put pressure on ex-president Jammeh to leave the country.
The military intervention was Thursday night, however, also paused to Jammeh a last chance to position yourself to give and transfer to the now in Senegal geïnaugureerde president Barrow.
According to the united West-African countries, it is impossible that Jammeh remains on as president of the Gambia. If countries, due to the mediation agree with Jammeh about a departure, the ex-president himself select a country where he was exiled, authorities.
The conversations that Guinea and Mauritania, for now, seem to be a last attempt to reach a political solution to come. In the meanwhile troops of Senegal still ready to support the previously employed military intervention to resume. Senegal has, however, said the talks between the countries and Jammeh to wait, before intervening.
Summary: The troubled situation after the elections in the Gambia