Sunday, November 24, 2019

Paris Forum 'Author' of the humiliation of Paul Biya, the Cameroonian Ambassador

Jeune Afrique draws up an inventory of the "hiccups" recorded during the recent trip of the Cameroonian president. It is sure the recent stay of the President of the Republic of Cameroon in France will have been the one that recorded the greatest number of incidents or curiosities. Behind the scenes and in public. In addition to the cold welcome his opponents gave him when he arrived in Paris for the peace summit and the debate that saw Paul Biya get tangled up a bit, the panafrican newspaper Jeune Afrique notes other anomalies related to this issue. time to organize the stay of the old Cameroonian leader in France.

In a short article titled "serial hiccups", the weekly published in Paris reports that on November 10, shortly after the landing of Paul Biya at Le Bourget, an airport near Paris, his supporters were kept away by the services. presidential Cameroonian. A measure dictated by security reasons. Jeune Afrique goes on to say that Paul Biya's vehicle "was temporarily blocked at the demining stage, the embassy having" forgotten "to communicate its registration number". The newspaper adds that it is always the officials of the Cameroonian diplomatic representation in France who "indicated to the French police that Biya would reside at the hotel Crillon, while he had chosen the Meurice".

What had the gift of diverting the French security forces when their services were required to counter the actions of the anti-sardinards Brigade whose members had gathered at the entrance of the hotel Le Meurice. "Called in support to help the Cameroonian bodyguards attacked by anti-Biya activists, the CRS have therefore moved to the Crillon," writes Jeune Afrique.