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Elections in Cameroon: Three Opposition Parties “Torn Apart” by a Deal of 2.7 Billion CFA Francs

A few months before the municipal, legislative and presidential elections of 2018 that will be held between 14 September and 14 October 2018 in Cameroon, the opposition appears more and more disunited.

What was supposed to be a political counterbalance to the power of 85-year-old Paul Biya, of whom almost 36 have been at the head of Cameroon, is facing internal wars, sabotaging the unitary approach, better a single candidate who should confront the president. outgoing.

In the wake, the local press mentions a probable financing of three opposition parties declared by the opposition, by the United States Embassy in Cameroon.


“Akere Muna invested by FPD, Joshua Osih Look for Joshua Osih of the main opposition party, Social Democratic Front (SDF) and Maurice Kamto Search Kamto of the Movement for the Renaissance of Cameroon (Mrc), are accused by five newspapers, of to “tear” for 2.7 billion FCFA offered by Peter Henry Barlerin, US ambassador to Cameroon, “said our colleague Koaci.

According to five newspapers, the American diplomat plans to finance the election campaign of opposition candidates to the tune of 2.7 billion FCFA.

It should be noted that the ruling party has not yet officially invested its candidate, although there is some indication that President Paul Biya will be involved.


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