WHY ARE PARENTS OF ALLEGED INSURGENTS STILL DETAINED? COULD THE UN, THE AU AND ECOWAS GIVE US AN ANSWER!!!

The Gambian leaders have gone before the UN to condemn impunity in
international politics. The African Centre For Human and Peoples
Rights is based in Banjul. Both the Universal Declaration of HumanRights and the African Charter as well as the Gambian Constitution
forbid arbitrary arrest and detention.
The African Union and ECOWAS do engage in peer consultation to ensure
compliance with community norms. It is urgent for the two institutions
to collaborate to exert peer influence to promote adherence to
community values.
In the same vein a UN envoy had told the Gambian population that the
government had agreed to collaborate with the UN system to ensure that
the 30th December insurgency would be handled on the basis of the rule
of law and the standards of best practice.