Thursday, May 9, 2019

Crisis in Cameroon: secessionists rebelled by Michelle Bachelet

The imaginary republic of Ambazonia regrets that the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights has not been able to visit the English-speaking regions. The separatist leaders also speak of genocide perpetrated by the power of Yaoundé.

Michelle Bachelet completed her visit to Cameroon on May 4, 2019. In Yaoundé on May 1, the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights exchanged with the President of the Republic, the members of the government, parliamentarians, opposition leaders and civil society actors.

Exchanges that allowed the former President of Chile to get a better idea of ​​the human rights situation in Cameroon in a context marked by the crisis in the North West and South West regions and political tensions since the last presidential election.

This visit is not unanimous, however. In a statement issued on May 5, the government of the imaginary republic of Ambazonia regrets that the UN diplomat could not visit the English-speaking regions. "The Ambazonia Government Council has indignantly noted the visit of Ms. Michelle Bachelet, United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, to the Republic of Cameroon," wrote Abdias Mua, who introduced himself as the Secretary-General. of that Government.

"It is regrettable that the Office of the High Commissioner is organizing such an important visit and ignores the victims of terror and gross violations of the Republic of Cameroon. According to reports, Cameroon's actions are systematic and rights violations are crimes against humanity, war crimes and possible genocide, "denounce the separatist leaders

" The people of Ambazonia once again reminds the world that the current crimes that constitute genocide and crimes against humanity originate from the violations by the Republic of Cameroon of Ambazonia's right to self-determination.The permanent, lasting and ultimate solution to this genocide and these crimes against humanity in Ambazonia is the recognition of Ambazonia's inalienable right to self-determination, "the statement said.