Thursday, 23 March 2017

Canadian MP Asks The Government Of Canada To Express Its Views On The Anglophone Crisis.

Helena Laverdiere, MP and spokesperson for the NDP for Foreign Affairs, fears rising violence between Francophone and Anglophone communities in Cameroon as the next presidential election of 2018 approaches.


The crisis in Anglophone regions of Cameroon for several months now is a concern for Canadians. In a letter to Chrystia Freeland, her country’s Foreign Minister, Canadian MP Hélène Laverdiere, spokesperson for the New Democratic Party (NDP) for Foreign Affairs, asked for an update on Canada’s position on this issue.

She speaks to the voices of many Canadians who have expressed concern about the violation of human rights in Cameroon.
Canadian MP Asks The Government Of Canada To Express Its Views On The Anglophone Crisis.

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