President Biya bears the Responsibility for the war in the Anglophone regions, only he is the solution

President Biya bears the Responsibility for the war in the Anglophone regions, only he is the solution

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July 28, 2022 0

President Biya bears the Responsibility for the war in the Anglophone regions, only he is the solution

The Anglophone crisis is one of the topics discussed during Macron’s recent visit

• In Cameroon, this is an extremely important subject for the actors

• Me Alice Nkom makes proposals

In an interview with Deutsche Welle, the lawyer and human rights defender said what she thinks of the Anglophone crisis that has been eating away at so-called English-speaking Cameroon for several years.

the lawyer does not recognize in Macron, the one who must or can resolve the crisis which opposes Cameroonians between them.

“the Cameroonian president bears a large part of the responsibility in the war which strikes the Anglophone Regions because he is the supreme commander of the armies who sends the soldiers to the Anglophone Regions… it is up to him to stop this war”, declared Mr Nkom.

“…Civil society would have denounced the brutal means of repression employed by the government for seven years, but in vain. If he does not listen to us, why should Macron listen to us? Cameroon is not a sovereign state and that ‘we are waiting for the visit of a President of the Republic, of a country, even a friendly country, to solve the problems which should never be posed,’ adds Me Nkom.

As one might expect, Me Nkom did not miss the subject of human rights violations in Cameroon. In this regard, the defense actor has also not been kind to the Yaoundé regime with which it has had several standoffs in recent years.

“It is Cameroon which violates its international commitments and which puts people in prison in violation of their fundamental rights, that is to say human rights. It is Cameroon which refuses, whereas it is signatory of the same human rights protection texts as Macron, as all the member countries of the UN, it is he who refuses to respect them and in doing so, he violates his own Constitution, his own laws, the own commitments of his people and the own oath that

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