Jawara


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Jawara

(ˈdʒɑːwərə)
n
(Biography) Sir Dawda (ˈdɔːdə). born 1924, Gambian statesman; president of The Gambia (1970–94); overthrown in a military coup
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This examination suggests that the replacement of the JCPC in 1998 may have been an indirect response to the possibility of the politically charged Jawara case reaching the JCPC which would not support the policy of the government.
In an African context it is all very much being driven by sovereign governments and there are a bunch of examples of that this year," said Dawda Jawara III, Legal Director at global law firm, Clyde & Co.
In 1994, Lieutenant Jammeh of the Armed Forces Provisional Ruling Council (AFPRC) led a military coup that was successful in overthrowing Jawara. He took charge but announced a plan to restore civilian rule.
Eventually Dawda Jawara's People's Progressive Party (PPP) won the 1962 elections and independence for the Gambia in 1965.
For a skeptical view, see Fatoumata Jawara & Aileen Kwa, Behind the Scenes at the WTO: The Real World of International Trade Negotiations (2004).
The Indonesia establishments, which are all planned to open in Alila Hotels and Resorts' newest development, Alila SCBD Hotel, in the second half of 2016, are being delivered in partnership with PT Kharisma Jawara Abadi (KJA), a subsidiary of hospitality company PT Bukit Uluwatu Villa Tbk (BUVA) and Alila Hotels & Resorts, part of Commune Hotels and Resorts Regional Office Asia.
(4.) Fatoumata Jawara and Aileen Kwa, Behind the Scenes at the WTO:
(23.) Sutherland CJ, Ord R, Dunyo S, Jawara M, Drakeley CJ, Alexander N, et al.
Elsewhere in the area, militants attacked the house of a member of a peace committee, Alam Sher, in Wacha Jawara locality.
Karamo Jawara added 10 points for the Eagles (28-5), who won their 20th consecutive game and claimed the league's automatic NCAA tournament berth in only their seventh season at the Division I level.
Jawara, Fatoumata y Aileen Kwa, Behind the Scenes at the WTO-The Real World of International Trade Negotiations-The Lessons of Cancun, ZedBooks, Londres, 2004.