Saturday, April 4, 2020

Vacancy of power in Cameroon: here are the legal details of Maurice Kamto

Maurice Kamto goes on outings about the Coronavirus pandemic and the silence of the President of the Republic Paul Biya. After giving the latter a first 7-day ultimatum to speak on the Covid-19 threat, he is now asking him to provide evidence that he performs the presidential office, still in a one week delay.

Ultimatum number 2 

"If, within 7 days of the publication of this declaration, the de facto President of Cameroon had not given? physical proof that it is he who is in charge of the State, we would be obliged to initiate adequate legal procedures to obtain the finding, by the competent bodies, of the presidential vacancy and its constitutional suites I reserve the right to call a? more drastic measures, ”said the law professor in his statement.

Kamto against the Covid-19 

Beyond this other ultimatum, Kamto has taken accompanying measures in the context of the fight against the Coronavirus in Cameroon. Among other things, it indicates that for a period of 3 months; populations will no longer have to pay water and electricity bills, payment of licenses by carriers is suspended as are market rights paid by food vendors commonly known as bayam-salam.