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Cameroon – Politics: SDF sanctions 50 militants in the center region

Written by Deckson N.

To the problem of restructuring, was added the exclusion of several militants.

What is happening within the Social Democratic Front (SDF) in the Central Region? In its May 11, 2017 edition, La Nouvelle Expression (LNE) reports that the regional representation of the main opposition party in Cameroon is on the brink of implosion.

The regional disciplinary council has just struck fifty militants. Some are excluded and others are punished. The National Executive Committee (NEC) criticizes them for “the fraudulent use of party logos, disobedience in the execution of the directives of the party and its executives and activities that could harm the reputation of the SDF. In the Central Region, the party officials also accused the demonstrators of leading to the president’s home (Ni John Fru Ndi ed), some 50 people who were neither militants nor originating from the political structures involved in the deployment “LNE reports.

In fact, on 25 March 2017, when the NEC was gathered at the home of John Fru Ndi, militants believed to have come from the Mbam and Inoubou, Nyong and Kellé, Lekié and the Mefou and Afamba divisions called for the reorganization of the party in the region. In concrete terms, they claimed that the elections would be held to renew the executives as was the case in other regions.

The party suggested during the consultation of parliamentarians on March 18, 2017 that the elections demanded by the demonstrators will be after the National Congress. A congress whose date is not yet fixed, “says the newspaper. Meanwhile, the NEC, which has the power to rule as a last resort, must rule on the situation of excluded and punished militants.

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