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Monday, September 30, 2019

US presence in dialogue: the survival of the committed Biya regime



It is not too early to bet on the inevitable fall of the Biya regime. Only deadlines seem difficult to estimate according to the concessions he will be ready to make. Also, the Cameroonian people should watch with immense interest the American position in the public debates that will take place in the GDN, because it will be capital for the future of Cameroon. But without being divined, it seems already that they will revolve around the federal form of the state and the liberation / amnesty of all political prisoners, including those of the post-election crisis, and the proclamation of a cease-fire in the English-speaking regions, which would be only stages of the agenda that this power intends to unfold in Cameroon, with the culmination of the departure of President Biya.

The regime seems to have understood it, which is why it clings to the unitary form of the state as a shipwrecked lifebuoy. Except that by not putting the question of the form of the state on the agenda of this GDN, the regime Biya who thought to save time has actually shot in the foot. Indeed, it would be wise not to forget that the decision of the African Union Human Rights Commission on the electoral dispute between Maurice Kamto and the State of Cameroon is expected at the end of this month. 'October. And all indications are that she would be in favor of this opponent. By resisting the American injunction to revise the form of the state during the GDN, the Biya regime offers Maurice Kamto as a Joker. The inevitable victory of Maurice Kamto in the African Union will permanently erode the legitimacy of the regime in place that will in fact lose all its room for maneuver in a possible negotiation with the Ambazonian coalition. And an armed intervention of the international community to dislodge the Biya regime would then be more than justified, in the name of the restoration of democracy and peace. But in case he is installed in power by a foreign power, Maurice Kamto will have his hands free enough to unfold his project of society? And an armed intervention of the international community to dislodge the Biya regime would then be more than justified, in the name of the restoration of democracy and peace. But in case he is installed in power by a foreign power, Maurice Kamto will have his hands free enough to unfold his project of society? And an armed intervention of the international community to dislodge the Biya regime would then be more than justified, in the name of the restoration of democracy and peace. But in case he is installed in power by a foreign power, Maurice Kamto will have his hands free enough to unfold his project of society?

In any case, the US interference in this GDN is proof that the carrots cooked for this diet. Are not we saying in popular language that when the Chief bandit appears is the proof that the last fight has just begun? "


Source: afri