Thursday, June 23, 2016

Common Law Lawyers Say No to Laws Conceived in Frech, Voted in French, Promulgated in French and Translated in Poor English to Incriminate Anglophones

Common Law Lawyers in Bamenda today staged a 4 kilometers protest march to say "No to Laws Conceived in French, Voted in French, Promulgated in French and Translated in Poor English to Incriminate Anglophones". The lawyers all dressed in black stormed the street in Bamenda paralyzing  traffic Finance Junction through Sonac Street to City Chemist Roundabout up to T-Junction before gathering at the famous liberty square to talk to the public on the implications of the new penal code. They called on government to withdraw the new penal code that gives immunity to government officials and puts the relationship between the landlord and tenants at risk. The lawyers also warned that if the Senate votes that Bill, they will resort to "Plan B". To them, the government of Cameroon is sick....They carried placards expressing their grievances as could be seen on the pictures below......
















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