Cameroon – Me Harmony Bobga: Anglophone lawyer is against the strike of Lawyers and accuses them of provoking the police

Written by Deckson N.

This anglophone lawyer has dissociated himself from the movement of claim since October 19, 2016.

For several weeks now, English-speaking lawyers from the Northwest and Southwest regions have been absent from the courts. According to l’Économie newspaper published Monday, November 14, 2016, English-speaking lawyers are firmly opposed to the non-existence of an English version of the “Uniform Acts” of the Organization for the Harmonization of Business Law in Africa (OHADA ), The Code of the International Conference of Insurance Markets (CIMA), the regulation of the Economic and Monetary Community of Central Africa (CEMAC) and other legislation, and the withdrawal of French-speaking lawyers in the Anglophones regions of the country.

They also called for judicial, political, educational federalism and went so far as to launch a Common Law bar to ensure the protection of Common Law and the fight against all forms of injustice. “Lawyers are not thugs to disperse with gas. When one has to do to them, there is always someone specific to whom one can speak, “denounces a lawyer.

Lawyers are members of an organized order. Given that our demands have been transmitted to the President of the Republic, they should demonstrate towards the courts or the administrative offices, “said Ngek John Ngalla, a representative of the President of the Northwest Region Lawyers’ Assembly.

Going into the street, and precisely in City Chemist, which is not without political intrigue, they helped the bike riders to infiltrate the ranks and to throw stones at the forces of order . They did not need it. The last time the police did not react. If it made use of tear gas, it is that something did not work “, explains Me Harmony Bobga, dissociated from the band since October 19 last.

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