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Declaration on the participation of CRM to the parade of 20th may 2017 and the urgency of giving real substance to national unity

The Cameroon Renaissance Movement-CRM- is about to take part, as since its creation, in the day of unity which is celebrated on May 20th. This 45th celebration, more than the previous ones, intervenes in a context where, because of the posture of defiance and even provocative of the Government faced with the deep political crisis born of the legitimate frustrations of our compatriots of the Northwest and Southwest, the unity of our nation is in danger...

Declaration on government's behavior to make ELECAM an appendage to the CPDM and willingness to cheat next elections

On Tuesday, April 24th, 2017, the President of the Republic, National President of the CPDM, replaced some of his political comrades with others in ELECAM.

Since its creation, ELECAM has proved its notorious incompetence to guarantee Cameroonians transparent, free and fair elections. It is continually at the centre of corruption scandals, nepotism and struggles for control of shares of its budget.

Unfortunately, the decree published on 24th April, by which its top management is once again modified, is not such as to overcome the numerous handicaps of this institution which should play a decisive role in the functioning of Democracy in our country...

CRM Declaration on the curious and untimely summons of bishops, priests and moderators of the Catholic and Presbyterian churches

After the recent series of measures taken by the Government to settle the political crisis underway in the North-West and Southwest Regions for several months, CRM welcomed the new position of the regime. It therefore encouraged them and the new legitimate Anglophone leaders to overcome the remaining obstacles to a sincere political dialogue in order to resolve in depth problems that threaten the unity of the nation, to which all Cameroonians hold so much, and allow the return of students to school...

CRM denounces the Conviction of the RFI correspondent of RFI Ahmed ABBA and calls for his release

Journalist Ahmed ABBA, correspondent for Radio France Internationale (Rfi) in the Haussa language in Cameroon, was sentenced on Monday 24th April 2017 by the Yaoundé Military Court to ten years in prison. He will also have to pay a fine of 55 million CFA francs.

CRM, that wishes both the independence of the judiciary in our country, does not intend here to comment on a court decision. However, beyond the decision itself, it is against the state of terror that is institutionalized in the country, in particular since the adoption of Law 2014/028 of 23 December 2014 on the repression of Acts of terrorism that it strongly arises against...

The CRM with its National Membership Expansion Caravan will hold a rally in Nkongsamba on Sunday 30th April 2017

CAP 2018 OR BEFORE… RALLY IN NKONGSAMBA - CRM NATIONAL MEMBERSHIP EXPANSION CARAVAN

The Cameroon Renaissance Movement would like to inform the public that, as part of its National Membership Expansion Caravan, it will hold a rally on Sunday 30th April from noon to 6PM at the Grand Stand of Nkongsamba 1 in the presence of its National President Maurice KAMTO and members of the National Directorate.

The meeting, duly declared as prescribed by Law under reference N° 36/ C1.06/BAAJP/RAMP/ from the NKONGSAMBA SDO, is the result of membership expansion activities in the area.

CRM Communication Team.

Press Release: CRM welcomes at last the United Nations' attention to the continuing Anglophone crisis, which is jeopardizing peace and stability of our country



Visit and declaration of the special representative of the Secretary-General of the United Nations in Central Africa in Yaounde and encouragement of the government and the new legitimate Anglophone leaders for more efforts to stop  the crisis.

Following the visit of Ambassador François LOUNCÉNY FALL, Special Representative of the Secretary General of the United Nations in Central Africa, on the crisis in the anglophone Northwest and South-West Regions of Cameroon and his statement at the press conference held in Yaoundé on 12 April, CRM welcomes at last the United Nations' attention to this continuing crisis, which is jeopardizing peace and stability of our country....

Press Conference: CRM and the people of cameroon say NO to electoral shift in elections expected in 2018!

More than a year ago, the Cameroon Renaissance Movement (CRM) has publicly alerted the national and international opinion on the government plan of shifting the electoral calendar.

During my address to Cameroonians in December 2016, I was still warning against the Government's intention to shift the electoral calendar. I asserted:

"The year 2017 is the last turn before the crucial electoral year of 2018. The year 2018 will see the organization of senatorial election in April, legislative and municipal elections in September and presidential election in October. To these elections, one could add, if the electoral calendar was not considered a state secret by the power, regional elections. This very busy schedule calls for rigorous government organization and planning in terms of both financial resources and project management. Without attributing any intention whatsoever to the Government, the CRM considers that it is very important to maintain the electoral calendar. It will reject, with utmost energy, any change of this calendar for any reason whatsoever. Neither the war against Boko Haram in May 2014, nor the instrumentalization of a possible electoral reform at the last moment, nor budgetary issues will justify such a shift against which the CRM warned the Government one year ago. The Government must therefore implement everything during this year 2017, in order to settle details of all kinds for the successful preparation and organization of all the elections scheduled for 2018.".