Yaya Jammeh après les événements de Banjul – “Nous ne laisserons pas la sécurité nationale de la Gambie entre les mains de chiens”

Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh shows hi...Banjul, GAMBIA: Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh shows his fingers with ink after casting his vote during the presidential elections 22 September 2006 in Banjul. Gambians voted today in elections in which President Yahya Jammeh, who seized power in a coup 12 years ago, is tipped to win a third term to run the tiny west African country that is regularly criticised for its media repression. AFP PHOTO SEYLLOU (Photo credit should read SEYLLOU/AFP/Getty Images)
Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh shows hi...Banjul, GAMBIA:  Gambia's President Yahya Jammeh shows his fingers with ink after casting his vote during the presidential elections 22 September 2006 in Banjul. Gambians voted today in elections in which President Yahya Jammeh, who seized power in a coup 12 years ago, is tipped to win a third term to run the tiny west African country that is regularly criticised for its media repression. AFP PHOTO SEYLLOU   (Photo credit should read SEYLLOU/AFP/Getty Images)
internationale, Jammeh estime qu’il ne laissera pas son pays entre les mains des chiens, rapporte le quotidien Libération. 

“La paix régnera toujours en Gambie. La communauté internationale nous parle de démocratie alors qu’elle tue comme elle veut. Nous ne laisserons pas la sécurité nationale de la Gambie entre les mains de chiens”, a dit le dictateur.
Depuis le début des manifestations, plusieurs décès ont été dénombrés. Des organisations de la société civile ont appelé l’Onu et la Cedeoa à diligenter une enquête sur les violences en cours.

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