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Friday, March 22, 2019

In Etoudì, Paul Bíya was moved by Tibor Nagy


The idea of ​​an inclusive dialogue and especially the organization of an international forum put forward by the Americans to resolve the so-called Anglophone socio-political crisis may de facto be admissible and inadmissible both in substance and in form. First admissible given the fact that despite the multitude of measures taken by the State firstly to provide solutions to the consequences of this crisis and secondly to definitively fight with it, we realize that never the weapons have not stopped crackling.

That said, it remains undeniable that the only solution to resolve this crisis remains and remains inclusive dialogue. Only, we must first define not to say identify the potential interlocutors of the State. Unfortunately, in this context where the renegades, we have only supporters, what to say of the party's activists among whom we have great traditional leaders whose neutrality was apparent could probably force the respect and trust of both parties and give them naturally quitus as mediators not to say interlocutors of the state and being the voice of the voiceless, the voice of the people simply, everything seems difficult.

In any case, I probably forget that we are in the 21st century. Similarly, speaking of the international forum, we must say that we can not not give credit to this proposal when we know that the causes of this crisis are both endogenous and especially exogenous. Moreover, the state itself has on several occasions sent some members of the government as mediators in the West to discuss with our compatriots who live on this side so that, together, solutions are found. He also did not hesitate to invite his diaspora to Cameroon for the same cause.

Now, this idea is or would be out of order for the simple reason that it is diametrically opposed to the statements made by Mr. Tiby Nagy, broadcast on RFI in the beginning of March. In fact, we are in diplomacy and especially in the "real politics". In addition, whether we like it or not, it is a Cameroonian-Cameroon problem whose solutions must imperatively be found by Cameroonians. Something that does not mean that proposals for solutions can not come from friendly countries.

That no! Of course, Mr. Tibor at the end of his audience with the Head of State says he has discussed on all topics that is to say including certainly the KAMTO case if we stick to the analysis of some presses even Cameroonian lambda.

Well, if that is the case, then is it that Mr. Tibor made proposals to the head of state that the latter could acquiesce? Or can we say that this tete-a-tete could lead the government to find a spin to expand the latter, let us wait and see. One thing is certain: the case is in the hands of a competent court.

Let the judges do their job and nothing but their work. With regard to the issue of youth employment as mentioned by the American diplomat, it must be said that the latter only says what many Cameroonians have said. Moreover, during the presidential election campaign of 2018, M.

Joshua Oshi has repeatedly said to deplore wherever he went that the young people who took up arms in the crisis of the Northwest and Southwest are all or almost unemployed youth, young people disappointed.

This is to say that Mr. Tibor made only one observation, not to say that he just drew conclusions following an observation, exchanges or even an analysis. However, there is a prerequisite which is the return of peace and stability: pledges of job opportunities and sine qua non conditions of attractiveness. The photo submitted by President Tiby Nagy to President Paul Biya is undoubtedly part of the pure diplomatic traditions that want to address certain topics that are implicitly angry and that, through facts, gestures and images to the detriment of speech.

Be that as it may, he is obviously aware of the echo that his statements have had as a prelude to his audience with the Head of State, and as a diplomat he can suddenly choose to express himself differently. The least we can say is that it is an incommensurable image because it can convey both an implication and a presupposition. In any case, is not it customary to say that a picture is worth a thousand words?


Reporter: Djaouro Ruben