Cameroon : SDF parliamentarians vow to talk the socio-politic crisis.

Cameroon : SDF parliamentarians vow to talk the socio-politic crisis.

Citizens waiting for surprises with eyes wide shot.

The hall of the Yaounde Conference Center was jam packed to capacity by members of the parliament, members of the senate, members of the diplomatic corps, international organizations, members of government and those of the civil society to witness the opening of the March session marking the start of the new legislative year.

During the opening session headed by the oldest member of parliament, Honorable Laurentine Koa Mfegue, the members of the main position party,  the Social Democratic Front (SDF) vowed to ensure continuing  with the last year step  of  talking about the socio- political unrest that has claimed many lives in the North West and South West Regions of Cameroon.

The SDF parliaments will do everything possible to put the crisis of the North West and South West Regions on the bureau tables and also to ensure that there is a public debate about it in order to find a lasting solution to the problem. Joshua Oshi, the national Vice President of SDF explained.

In the year 2019, SDF parliamentarians  walked out of the hemicycle at the Ngoa Nkelle glass house when the other members of parliaments partarning to other political parties rejected to talk about the crisis plaguing the two English speaking regions of the country. They still hold on the fact that, only the members of parliament can help solve problem through an open public debate at the hemicycle as well as dialogue.

The March 11, 2021 which marks the beginning of the new legislative hear may be pregnant with surprises as the eyes of Cameroonians are wide shot to see the new thing that will come out from the law makers.

By Takang Bisong

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