U.N. Security Council to discuss Gambia political crisis on Monday
The United Nations Security Council will meet on Monday to discuss the refusal by Gambia’s ruling President Yahya Jammeh to step down, diplomats said, a move the 15-member body condemned in a statement on Saturday.
U.N. political affairs chief Jeffrey Feltman will brief the council behind closed doors. Jammeh had quickly conceded defeat to Barrow after a presidential election on Dec. 1. But in an about-face on Friday that drew international condemnation, he denounced the results.
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