Thursday, March 19, 2020

National Assembly: the office of Cavaye Yéguié to be disinfected amid Coronavirus

The National Assembly of Cameroon decided to follow the standards prescribed by the government two days ago. The buildings of this institution will be disinfected in order to stem the Coronavirus according to the legislative authorities who communicated this Thursday in the morning.

This awareness is still considered relative by several analysts when we know that the president of this institution returns from a recent medical stay in France at a time when the health crisis linked to the Coronavirus is in full swing. 

Cavaye Yéguié Djibril, 80, and his peers in the executive office still decided to limit access to parliament to only deputies and administrative staff.

As a reminder, the national assembly yet made up of 167 elected for the moment, is convened in ordinary session tomorrow Friday, March 20 from 11 am. The press will not be admitted to the hemicycle.