2018 National Youth Day: The CRM National President’s Message to young cameroonians

My dear young compatriots, I am Maurice KAMTO, political militant and what is more the National President of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement. On the occasion of the Youth Day, that has now become  a republican coming –together, I address you this year, not a speech of circumstance, but an invitation to join the table of discussion: discussion on your future as a particular category of our population; discussion about the future of our country, Cameroon...

2017 End-Of-Year Message of Maurice KAMTO, the National President of the CRM, to the Nation

Fellow Cameroonians, my dear compatriots,
The year 2017 now drawing to an end has been one of the most challenging our country and our people have experienced in decades.

Indifference of President Paul BIYA to the tragedy that is going on in the North West and the South West regions

The indifference of President Paul BIYA to the tragedy that has been going on since November 2016 in the North West and the South West regions is becoming unbearable and is now a political mistake of exceptional gravity.

Call for the release of the writer and whistleblower Patrice NGANANG, arrested for political reasons

Patrice NGANANG is a writer whose style betrays his bitterness and anger in the face of the incompetence and negligence of those who have been ruling the country by terror for more than thirty-five years...

The CRM absolutely through its National President, Maurice KAMTO, condemns the acts of murder of civilians and members of security forces carried out in the anglophone regions

Since the beginning of the Anglophone crisis, the CRM has expressed its unequivocal condemnation of these violence and assassinations.  In keeping with its position, the CRM continually denounces and condemns the murder of soldiers and civilians in the North West Region which took place between the 6th to the 8th November, 2017.  The party presents its condolences to bereaved families as well as wishes for a speedy recovery to those wounded.

The disturbing elimination of politics, the gradual putting in place of some provisions of the Constitution, laws and the rampant militarization of the public space.

After the tragic events on the 1st of October 2017 in the Anglophone regions of Cameroon, which of course could have been avoided by the Government, the Minister Delegate at the Presidency in charge of Defense (MINDEF) on Wednesday 11th October 2017 issued a communiqué announcing the holding of a meeting on October 12th 2017 at Buea, in the South-Western Region.  The meeting grouped Military officers from the Ministry of Defense, Security Forces, and Governors of both the North-West and South-West Regions of Cameroon. The purpose of this conclave was to evaluate "the functioning of the Defense forces on the ground and for them to be on alert and react where necessary, in the spirit of maintaining law and order" in these regions...

Anglophone crisis: A call for an immediate National Political Dialogue after the senseless bloodshed on the 1st October, 2017

October 1, 2017 will go in the political history of our country as a black Sunday. The unity of our nation has been openly questioned. Several deaths, many injuries and important material damages were recorded; in short, blood, fire, tears was the price paid by citizens of the Northwest and Southwestern Regions of Cameroon.