As voters in the Comoros go to the polls on Monday for referendum clouded by political tension and a clampdown and an attempted assassination just days before the vote, the Chairperson of the African Union Commission, Moussa Faki Mahamat, has urged… Read More ›
Government and opposition must ‘respect the rule of law and human rights’ in Comoros, as referendum looms: Guterres
The recent infringement of democratic rights and civil liberties in the Indian Ocean archipelago of the Comoros, ahead of a vote on constitutional reform, is a source of concern said United Nations chiefAntónio Guterres on Sunday. In a statement issued by his Deputy… Read More ›
With victory, they say, the donors and dollars will flood in to the country they have resurrected from nearly two moribund decades. Zimbabwe is now “open for business” and will thrive. Zanu-PF’s resurrection will thus be complete.
Crowds of people today thronged the police headquarters amidst public outcry against the alleged harassment of the ADP leader by police. Personnel of The Sierra Leone Police on Sunday invited the leader of the ADP, Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray, to report… Read More ›
The Sierra Leone police has warned Sierra Leoneans to stop commenting on issues dealing with the President Executive Orders, the Governance Transition Team (GTT) Report, and appointment of public officials. The police public statement comes just after a civil rights… Read More ›
The leader of the ADP party, Mohamed Kamarainba Mansaray is invited for questioning at the Criminal Investigation Department (CID) for comments he made on 98.1 Democracy Radio and AYV. The investigation of the ADP leader has again sparked widespread condemnation… Read More ›
After two years of brutal conflict, the crisis needs urgent attention. One useful option would be to reschedule the presidential elections recently announced for October 7. Even if that doesn’t happen, the Anglophone region needs help now.