Tuesday, December 17, 2019

Anglophone Crisis: French MP calls on 'Macron' to review its strategy

MP Sébastien Nadot maintains that it is in France's interests for peace to return to Cameroon. In France, full light on the authorities' silence in the face of human rights violations in the North-West and South-West of Cameroon. Haute-Garonne deputy Sébastien Nadot calls for a game-changer. In a letter to the National Assembly on December 16, he called on his authorities to take a position on the English-speaking crisis.

"Has France chosen the empty chair policy to respond to the terrible situation that Cameroonians are currently experiencing? Questioned the elected representative of the nation, who also deplores France's absence from the Security Council on December 6, devoted to the report on Central Africa and Cameroon in particular.

Sébastien Nadot calls on France to work for the adoption of a resolution aimed at sending a group of experts to the English-speaking regions to assess the extent of the violence in the North West and South West of Cameroon.