Sierra Leone's Constitutional Review Runs Into Trouble

The government's response to proposals to revise the country's Constitution suggests that either it did not really think that the review committee truly represented the views of the people or it simply did not like the views expressed by the people, writes Sonkita Conteh in a guest column for AllAfrica.  

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Sierra Leoneans at the polls in Freetown. (file [photo)

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