Wednesday, 6 September 2017

Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Commonwealth Secretary General Expected Before The End Of Year.

Patricia Scotland says she wants to accompany Cameroon in the implementation of a strategy of national governance, based on the values of peace, tolerance, respect and understanding.

The Secretary General of the Commonwealth told BBC radio that she will visit Cameroon before the end of 2017. Guest of the Focus on Africa program on the radio station Patricia Scotland took advantage of the occasion “ to welcome the decision of the Cameroonian government to put an end to the legal proceedings against the leaders of the Anglophone claim.“
Patricia Scotland
“I continue to monitor developments in the southwestern and northwestern regions of Cameroon and have had several opportunities to discuss our concerns with the government, including allegations of violations of Human Rights, “she told reporters before continuing:” At the request of the government, I sent a Commonwealth team to Cameroon in June to discuss how we could help with the implementation integral part of its National Governance Strategy, which reflects the Commonwealth’s values of peace, tolerance, respect and understanding.“

The Secretary General of the Commonwealth said she intends to travel to Cameroon by the end of the year with the main objective of “deepening exchanges to strengthen ongoing commitments” of political leaders of the country because, she stressed, the General Secretariat was committed to acting, not just to rhetoric.

Patricia Scotland had already received a delegation to the Commonwealth Foreign Affairs Minister Joseph Dion Ngute in March at a meeting in Marlborough House in London. During the exchanges, the Secretary-General noted the need for an inclusive and constructive dialogue in the process of resolving this crisis. Minister Dion Ngute reassured Patricia Scotland on the dialogue between the Cameroonian government and the demonstrators. Cameroon Anglophone Crisis: Commonwealth Secretary General Expected Before The End Of Year.
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