The transfer of power to a new president in Gambia isn't going well.
Jammeh led that coup, overthrowing the then-democratically elected president. After implementing a new constitution in 1996, the country held presidential elections every five years. There are no presidential term limits in Gambia's constitution. Jammeh won all subsequent elections, until 2016.
The president-elect is determined to take office. The day his term was supposed to begin, Barrow tweeted an invitation to his inauguration at the Gambian embassy in neighboring Senegal.
Barrow, his attorney and his political party fled to Senegal after the election.
For its part, Senegal's military is ready to lead an intervention so Barrow can take his position as Gambia's elected leader.
Gambia's parliament voted to extend Jammeh's presidency by 90 days, but it's unclear if that vote is binding.