The Speaker of the National Assembly, Honourable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril has praised the Prime Minister for the success of his recent visit to the North West and South West regions.
He saluted the “enticing Dion Ngute style and method” that gives preference to direct contact with the population, conveying proximity in the presentation of the Head of State peace offer.
Lower House discusses the crisis in the N/W and -S/W region
The Prime Minister – Head of Government, Joseph Dion Ngute was assured of the members of the National Assembly’s full support for the peace innitiative.
The Honourable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril argued that the success of dialogue will depend on the PM’s ability to sustain the special innitiative started in the regions.
On behalf of his colleagues, House speaker expressed the fervent wish to see a quick return of peace in the two regions that have been rocked by insecurity.
Lower House on the Kamto Affair
The plenary of the second session of the 2019 legislative year in Cameroon which started Monday, 10th June 2019 was another occasion to discuss the political issues of the country.
Honourable Cavaye Djibril
reacted to calls for the release of the CRM leader Maurice Kamto.
“Cameroon is a state where reigns the rule of law …. Demonstrations or solidarity matches are digressions which Cameroon does not need at all ”.
He stated that the case involving Maurice Kamto will be tackled by the justice system at the right time and without any interference.
Lower House on suspicions of Conspiracy against Cameroon
The Speaker of the National Assembly, Honourable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril said it is now obvious that there is conspiracy against Cameroon with the aim of destabilising the country.
He indicated that the conspirators pretend to denounce Cameroonian political system.
The group claim that Cameroon refuses dialogue, proned impunity and violets human rights in relation to the the restive regions and management of internally displaced persons and refugees.
Honourable Cavaye Yeguie Djibril described all the allegations as baseless. He restated the Minister of External Relation’s recommendations to Cameroon’s bilateral and multilateral partners recently.
“Yes to support from partners. No to interference”
To him, the recent visit of the United Nations High Commissioner for refugees, Michelle Bachelet to Cameroon is evidence that Cameroon has nothing to hide.
On a lighter note, the House Speaker congratulated Cameroonians for the success of the 47th edition of the National Day celebration.