Constitutional Review Commission (CRC)

CRC – FASS, LOWER NIUMI

Highlights of CRC in Fass – Lower NiumiResidents give opinions on Citizenship requirements and Diasporan involvement in National Politics#CRC220 #HOTFM_GAMBIA

Posted by HOT FM 104.3 on Monday, 26 November 2018
CRC – MEDINA SERIGN MASS

Highlights of CRC in Medina Serign Mass- What qualifications should a Gambian President have ?- Should the death penalty be abolished ?- Should education up to university be free ?Residents give their opinions on what the new constitution should contain#CRC220 #HOTFM_GAMBIA

Posted by HOT FM 104.3 on Friday, 30 November 2018
CRC – JURUNKU

Highlights of CRC in Jurunku – Upper Niumi- Should Alkalos and Seyfos be selected by the president or elected by the people ?- What language should parliamentarians speak in the National Assembly ?- What qualifications should a president have ?- How long should a president stay in power ?- Who should be given Gambian Citizenship ?Residents of Jurunku and neighbouring communities give their opinions on what should be changed and what should remain in the Constitution

Posted by HOT FM 104.3 on Thursday, 6 December 2018
CRC TOUR – KERR JARGA

Highlights of CRC in Kerr Jarga – Jokadu- Should Gambians use Marbles or Ballot papers to cast their votes in elections ?- Should Presidential, Parliamentary and Local Government elections be held at the same time ?- What qualifications should National Assembly members have ?- What language should parliamentarians speak at the National Assembly ?- Must the Chief Justice be a Gambian ?Residents of Kerr Jarga and neighbouring communities give their views on what should be captured in the new Constitution

Posted by HOT FM 104.3 on Thursday, 13 December 2018
CRC – KEREWAN

Highlights of CRC in Kerewan- Should the IEC Chairman be selected by the President ?- Must people occupying certain public posts declare their assets ?- Should Governors, Seyfos and Alkalos be selected by the president or elected by the people ?- Should the President maintain the power to nominate some members of the National Assembly ?Residents of Kerewan and neighbouring communities give their opinions on what should remain or be changed in the constitution.

Posted by HOT FM 104.3 on Thursday, 20 December 2018
Justice Cherno Sulayman Jallow, QC – Interview

Chair of The Constitutional Review Commission (CRC), Justice Cherno Sulayman Jallow, QC sheds more light on the Constitutional Review process in an interview with HOT FM following CRC's inaugural press conference.#CONSTITUTIONALREVIEWCOMMISSION #CRC #HOTFM_GAMBIA

Posted by HOT FM 104.3 on Saturday, 14 July 2018

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