Tuesday, October 9, 2018

The Code calls on the Cameroonian army to swear allegiance to President-elect, Maurice Kamto after urgent meeting in London Yesterday


The CODE met urgently in London on 07 and 08 September 2018, to follow the conduct of presidential elections held in Cameroon and in some foreign countries, and conducted a detailed analysis, in particular of the results obtained by various local sources, including national and international observers.

CODE: The Collective of Democratic

and Patriotic Organizations of Cameroonians in the Diaspora

London - Brussels - Paris - Geneva - Berlin - Washington

London Declaration

"The CODE calls the army Cameroon to pay allegiance to President-elect Maurice Kamto "

The CODE met urgently in London on 07 and 08 September 2018, to follow the conduct of presidential elections held in Cameroon and in some foreign countries, and conducted a detailed analysis, in particular of the results obtained by various local sources, including national and international observers.

The CODE wishes to salute the Cameroonian people as a whole, for their high sense of patriotism, expressed in a striking way by the massive rejection of the dictatorial power of Mr. Paul Biya and his policy of the burnt earth.

It appears from the analysis of the documents and other video elements, photos and audio in our possession, the following observations:

- Massive frauds have been observed in several regions of the country, perpetrated by the outgoing power, often with the help of law enforcement and traditional authorities subject to the dictates of power in place

- In the North, Far-North, South and East of the country, Representatives of the opposition parties were expelled from the polling stations, and the rigged minutes, manufactured or falsified, to make appear a crushing crushing victory of the candidate Paul Biya

- The results coming from the South-West and North-West, zones in full civil war where the populations have massboycotted the vote, were skewed to offer an imaginary advantage to Paul Biya

- Irrefutable evidence of ballot stuffing in favor of the outgoing candidate has been raised across the country and abroad

- Cases of intimidation, kidnapping , and arrest of voters were found almost everywhere in rural areas

- Access to polling stations was banned to Representatives of opposition parties in certain regions of Cameroon and abroad

- In some Diaspora polling stations, cases of voters with a foreign nationality were noted

- In the regions and sectors where voting operations were relatively transparent, Maurice Kamto, candidate of the MRC, came first, and widely in some places

It is therefore from this observation, a trend observed during the campaign period, an unprecedented rejection of the dictatorial regime of Mr. Paul Biya through the national territory, and on this, the CODE

- Recognizes Professor Maurice Kamto as the elected President of this historic vote that allowed the people of Cameroon to turn the page of 36 years of incompetent and incompetent regime, which has erected the institutionalized tribalism in method of government and plunged our country in a durable fratricidal war

- Calls the Cameroonian army to make him al Legacy and immediately make available an adequate security device

- asks Paul Biya to recognize his defeat, to withdraw with dignity, to seize the offer of security guarantee proposed by the President-elect, and warns him against any action that could put at risk peace and social stability

- Suggests to the President-elect to prioritize the opening of an inclusive dialogue with the Anglophone Community, the organization of the return of refugees from Nigeria and the return to federalism

- Calls on the Cameroonian people to stand up, and to resist any attempt on the part of Mr. Paul Biya to operate a hold-up as in 1992

- Holds the Minister Atanga Nji for any drift that could lead to death of a single Cameroonian

- Reserves the right to take any legitimate action in Cameroon and the West to defeat any attempt by Mr. Paul Biya to cling to power

- Addresses congratulations to the President-elect and wishes him good luck in his news functions that we know difficult

Done at London, 09 October 2018

Signed

Brice Nitcheu, Leader of the CODE

Commissioner Christophe Junior Zogo, Secretary General

Guillaume Njoh Njoh, Communication

Officer Marcel Tchangue, Special Advisor

Emmanuel Kemta, Head of the Operational Unit

Elie Kadji, Mission Manager


Source: icicemac.com