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Cameroon: Major National Dialogue marked by fiery debates

The Major National Dialogue was marked by fiery, heated and honest debates. Debates have been hot in the various committees…

The Major National Dialogue was marked by fiery, heated and honest debates.

Debates have been hot in the various committees especially at the decentralisation committee where Anglophone delegates have been pushing for federalism to be put on the agenda.

The Anglophone delegates even threatened to stage a walkout before the were finally convinced to stay as the debates continue today.

The reports at the various committees were corrected today and will later in the evening be presented at the plenary for adoption.

It has also ben a dialogue of forgiveness and reconciliation as several young men presented as former armed fighters were integrated into the various committees.

« If we are to take stock of the first day, we will not be able to hide our full satisfaction, with the maassive mobilisation that this great Major National Dialogue has generated, » Dr. George Ewane said at the first press briefing of the event.

« The opening ceremony of this event sowed, as you know, the seeds of forgiveness and reconciliation which are sine qua non conditions for an effective return for the peace and serenity necessary for the full development of the populations living in the North West and South West Regionsof Cameroon but also our compatriots from other regions of the country and the diaspora, » he added.

 

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