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Tuesday, October 30, 2018

Results of the presidential election: this is what Macron expects from Paul Biya

Macron assures Biya the support of France to support Cameroon in the initiatives and reforms it wishes to undertake.

While Paul Biya's swearing-in for his next seven-day presidential election must take place no later than November 6, 2018, in Cameroon and abroad, the protest does not falter after the results of the presidential election that gives him victory.

Maurice Kamto, ranked 2nd, but considering himself the victim of an "electoral hold-up", launched Friday, October 26 a "resistance movement".Protests stifled by the police in Douala and Yaoundé.

These events are part of the program of "peaceful resistance" launched by Maurice Kamto. The unfortunate presidential candidate and his supporters were planning Friday, October 26, 2018 a series of events in Cameroon and abroad. A movement followed in London, in the United Kingdom by Cameroonians from the diaspora.

MRC supporters and activists intend to continue their actions until the day chosen for the swearing in of Paul Biya.

Late last week, the government of Yaounde already hardened the tone of the announcement of this series of events by the voice of the Minister of Territorial Administration.

"The administration has, so far, been restrained. However, it is my duty to warn that now we will not tolerate any disorder.All attempts at disturbing public order will be treated with the utmost firmness. To my knowledge, the quality of former presidential candidate or member of a political party does not confer any immunity, "warned Atanga Nji, Minister of Territorial Administration.