Saturday, June 29, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: The US Congress to begin the trail of genocide

Resolution HRES358 was brought for adoption on June 26 before the US Congress, on the initiative of Democratic Party MP Karen Ruth Bass.

The newspaper Mutations in newsstands June 28, 2019 reports that the US Congress is surfing on a possible genocide in the Northwest and Southwest. Following the initiative of Democratic Party MP Karen Ruth Bass, Resolution HRES358 was adopted for adoption on June 26, 2019, before the US Congress.

Mutations says that, "said resolution calls on the Government of Cameroon and the armed groups to respect the human rights of all Cameroonian citizens, to put an end to all violence, and to pursue a broad dialogue without preconditions to resolve the conflict in the Northwest and Southwest regions.

The newspaper goes on to say that, in its sinister description of the sociopolitical climate, the parliamentarian believes that, "the situation in Cameroon continues to deteriorate ... to be frank," she said, the congress, the international community and Cameroonian citizens that I regularly receive in our office in person or by phone; are concerned about the direction this country is taking. "

According to our colleague, following his chronological account of tensions since 2016, "the deputy accuses the defense and security forces as well as the separatists (Ambazonians) of human rights abuses. More sensitive to the cries of the people of the English-speaking region, the Democrat confesses that they feel deeply hurt.

The American Democrat recognizes that there is a lot of work to be done to bring both parties to the negotiating table, to end this conflict and to determine whether or not genocide actually takes place. Karen Ruth Bass adds, "I do not intend to tell this country what to do. What we want to do here at the congress is to encourage dialogue, to ensure that Cameroon is not the scene of a civil war.

Wilfried ONDOA