Saturday, July 6, 2019

Intercontinental Hotel: Despite departure of Paul Biya, the BAS activists maintain the demonstration of this Saturday in Geneva

In order to keep the flame of the opposition alive against the costly stays of the Cameroonian President at the Intercontinental Hotel, the Directorate of the Anti-Sardinard Brigade issued in the early afternoon of Friday, July 5, 2019, a new appeal to to demonstrate this Saturday, July 6 in Geneva, notwithstanding the forced departure of the presidential couple.

In a new publication in social networks, the anti-sardinards Brigade does not let go. This group of Cameroonian opponents who campaign against the practices of the government, call compatriots to demonstrate this Saturday, July 6 in Geneva, despite the fact that President Paul Biya returned to Yaounde after only 12 days in Switzerland.

"We will be in Geneva not only to take stock of the situation, but above all to make a strong appeal to the international institutions, so that they demand the execution without delay of the decisions taken last month by the European Union. Among the articles of this decision, it was questioned that an inclusive dialogue process should be put in place and above all that the elected President Maurice Kamto and his allies and all political prisoners be released unconditionally "explains the BAS in his statement.

Called "Act 2 of the general mobilization for Geneva", the protesters are invited to gather at the place called "Place des Nations" this Saturday from 13h. It will be the second time in the space of a week that Cameroonian opponents in the European and American diaspora demonstrate in the city seat of the United Nations Office against the stay of Paul Biya at the intercontinental his favorite hotel during his many private stays in Europe. Thus, after having succeeded in bringing the Cameroonian head of state has shortened his holidays in Geneva, the Bas wants to take advantage of the media coup of its first demonstration of June 29, 2019, to put more pressure on the international community, especially the Cameroon's international partners, so that they encourage the change of governance in Yaoundé.