Wednesday, 8 November 2017

English Speaking Regions Have Become The New Actors Of The Crisis

In Cameroon, three camps are now confronted by arguments interposed in the context of the so-called Anglophone crisis, at the beginning corporatist who has taken the socio-political stain with hints of identity.

First there is the camp of secessionists, who advocates the partition of Cameroon and the creation of Ambazonia. This camp is led by Ayuk Tabe Julius, former Aes Sonel executive.

Pursued for a hijacking of CFAF 250 million, he fled to Nigeria before settling permanently in the United States, a country from which he and a part of the diaspora finance and direct certain actions against Cameroon and the United States. institutions in the two northwestern and southwestern regions.
English Speaking Regions Have Become The New Actors Of The Crisis
Then there is the camp of the federalists. Supported by the Social Democratic Front (SDF), the main opposition party in Cameroon. This camp of federalists is led by Agbor Balla, released after eight months of detention, the lawyer is presented as the representative of the "Consortium" which brings together the central trade unions at the origin of corporatist claims. He advocates federalism in Cameroon.

Finally, there is the camp of unionists or moderates. In this camp, the majority of Cameroonians are recruited. Under President Biya, the ruling elite of the two English-speaking regions, the traditional leaders, they are against secession and federalism.

In this cacophony, none of the three camps is representative enough to lead on its own, the dialogue for the end of the crisis.

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