Kamto's MRC Party Boycotts National Dialogue; Demands Freedom For Detained Leaders,Open Debates & Full Media Coverage - ARREYB

Kamto’s MRC Party Boycotts National Dialogue; Demands Freedom For Detained Leaders,Open Debates & Full Media Coverage

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In a five page document released early today, the Cameroon Renaissance Movement Party (CRM) under Maurice Kamto has declared that it will not be part of the dialogue talks led by Prime Minister Joseph Dion Ngute until some conditions are met.Among several reasons, the party highlighted the “poor organisation of the dialogue talks” and the detention of the party head , Maurice Kamto and other members of the CRM party.They requested that government grants freedom to those arrested in connection with the crisis and prepare a solid frame work for dialogue featuring consultative talks, open debates where all stake leaders will be on table and the involvement of an international personality with experience in solving crisis issues.In their closing statement, the document requested that the Major dialogue session be granted full media coverage and should be opened to debates .Here is the complete 5 page document released from the CRM head office, signed by president Professor Maurice Kamto .

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