Tuesday, 18 April 2017

Cameroon - Anglophone Crisis: The UN Responds To Maurice Kamto, President Of The Movement For The Renaissance of Cameroon.

François Louncény Fall, Special Representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations and Head of the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa, dismissed Maurice Kamto's accusations of the international community's indifference to the subject Of the crisis in Anglophone regions in Cameroon.

On Wednesday, 12 April 2017, in Yaoundé, François Louncény Fall, Special Representative of the UN Secretary-General and Head of the UN Regional Office for Central Africa, organized a press conference to present to national public opinion And international, through the men and women of the media, the actions carried out by the United Nations for a return to peace and calm in the Southwest and North-West, the two English-speaking regions paralyzed for six months A socio-political crisis.
The UN Responds To Maurice Kamto, President Of The Movement For The Renaissance of Cameroon.
During the question-and-answer phase, the press asked the representative of the UN Secretary-General to respond to a statement by Maurice Kamto, President of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon, who at a recent press conference in The seat of his political party in Yaounde,Pointed to the "disturbing wait-and-see of the international community" over the crisis in the English-speaking regions of Cameroon. " The international community has remained strangely silent since the beginning of this crisis become deadly, compromising the educational future of young Cameroonians of Anglophone regions, and increases the difficulty of living of the population already impoverished .  
The United Nations General Secretariat, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, and the United Nations Regional Office for Central Africa have not been heard of the Center for Democracy and Development. The human rights of Yaounde which is non-existent. No commission of inquiry, no release of events, "said Maurice Kamto, adding that " the international community is the problem in which Cameroon is entangled today. 

We have not asked to be divided between Anglophones and Francophones, it is the result of the appetites of territorial conquests of the world powers; It is this international community that has watched, without flinching, the false plebiscite of 1961, which amputated our country from northern Cameroon. She may say today that nothing happens in the Northwest Regions and the Southwest . " In response, Guinea's former Foreign Minister first wielded a very close relationship with the president of the MRC "which I have known for a long time. I met him here in Yaounde. We traded a lot. " Then,

Source: Cameroon-Info.Net

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