CPDM deputies enter into rebellion, scathing disavowal for Cavaye Yeguie

CPDM deputies enter into rebellion, scathing disavowal for Cavaye Yeguie

N Melo
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July 5, 2022 0

CPDM deputies enter into rebellion, scathing disavowal for Cavaye Yeguie

It is a particularly eventful day in the Cameroonian Parliament. After the scenes of blockages observed here and there, the work could not be completed. Indeed, the opposition deputies did everything to prevent the work since they believe they did not have the content of the text in time. After leaving the hemicycle, the deputies of the presidential majority in turn boycotted the work. This is what the deputy Cabral Libii indicated on his Facebook page. This is a historic day.

“History to the National Assembly! We must salute the institutional solidarity of the fellow MPs of the CPDM, the UNDP, the FSNC and the MDR, who after the exit of the MPs of the SDF, PCRN, UDC and UMS from the hemicycle, also boycotted the budget orientation debate. The Government’s contempt for Parliament must end! Hello SENATE,” said the opposition deputy.

This is a symbolically strong political message. This is one of the rare times that the deputies of the CPDM defy their own party by going in the direction of the opposition.This is a disavowal for the president of the National Assembly Cavaye Yeguie and by extension for Paul Biya.

Long before leaving the room, by deciding to block the works, they protested the non-respect of the texts of laws by the government, which sent them a 200-page document at 10:00 a.m. demanding that it be put in debate at 10:30 this Tuesday. “We are at the National Assembly this morning, we have decided to carry out the blockade because the government has violated the law so much. We were waiting for the settlement law, which must be tabled in parliament no later than June 30, and today is July 5 and we received the document exactly at 10 a.m. and we are asked to debate at 10:30 a.m. This which is impossible. A document of about 200 pages. You could not say that you will debate on such a document. It is for this reason that we stormed the desk, ”protests an elected official from the opposition.

In the aftermath, Louis-Paul Motaze who was in parliament was humiliated. As the latter was about to speak, Joshua Nambangi Osih, Cameroonian politician, member of the National Assembly simply snatched the microphone from him to make him understand that this was not the regulatory attitude to take to s express in front of the deputies. For him, he must be at the desk or standing with the microphone in hand.

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