Cameroon’s ongoing national dialogue to end by Friday

A major national dialogue to proffer solutions to the anglophone crisis comes to an end in Cameroon on Friday. Since Monday about 700 delegates have been working behind closed doors in eight commissions on issues such as the return of the displaced, the judicial and educational system, bilingualism and the disarmament of ex-combatants.

Cardinal Christian Wiyghan Tumi (L) talks with Cameroonian veteran opposition leader John Fru Ndi as they attends at the Congress Palace during the opening session of the National Dialogue called by President Biya, in Yaounde, Cameroon, on September 30, 2019. – Cameroon launched a national dialogue on Monday to end a separatist conflict in the country’s anglophone provinces but hopes of a breakthrough were dimmed as key rebel leaders refused to participate. (Photo by Stringer / AFP)

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