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Cameroon: Major National Dialogue enter day two

Discussions within the eight commissions of the Major National Dialogue begin fully today at the Yaounde Conference Centre following the…

Discussions within the eight commissions of the Major National Dialogue begin fully today at the Yaounde Conference Centre following the naming of various heads of commissions yesterday after a plenary session.

The eight commissions instituted by the government to examine issues plaguing Cameroon at the Major National Dialogue without exclusion begin full debates today.

Of the eight commissions, six are headed by Anglophones from the two English speaking regions of the country, plagued by the socio-political crisis.

As concerns these commissions, Hon Joshua Osih will head the Multiculturalism and Bilingualism assisted by Pierre Mokoko Mbonje, commission on the Educational System by Dr. Dorothy Njuma.

As for the Judicial system, Benjamin Itoe is assisted by Hon Joseph Mbah Ndam and Pr. Kofele Kale, the refugee commission is headed by Christian Cardinal Tumi, Reconstruction by Dr Christopher Fomunyoh, Disarmament by Saibou Moussa, Diaspora and decentralision commissions by Atangana Amougou and Ngole Philipe Ngwesse respectively.

For two days, they and their members will examine all the issues tabled by the different delegations received by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute and submit their works on Thursday October 3, 2019.

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