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CRM proposals for the reform of the electoral system 2018

In 2012, after several decades of challenged elections and dialogue of the deaf between the Government on one side, the opposition and civil society on the other, an Electoral Code was adopted.

But instead of creating serenity and confidence in the electoral process, this Code has, on the contrary, reinforced the mistrust of the national electoral system within the political class and public opinion, because of the lack of consensus in its preparation and vote..

2018 end-of-year message of legitimate and President elect, Maurice KAMTO

Despite the many hardships, we are finally at the end of 2018. Unfortunately, Cameroon has now become a collapsed state; a Nation that has fallen apart; Cameroonians have become helpless and defeated, while doubts, pessimism and cynicism have settled in their minds. They have lost their dignity and pride, the main source of their self-confidence. Cameroonians are unrecognizable, and I am heartbroken. This is what our country looks like at the end of the year of our Lord 2018...

Secretary General note on CRM Membership Cards

The production of the CRM membership cards follows the following procedure:

1 - The secretary of the Unit is responsible for collecting all the requests for cards from his/her Unit and the related costs. These fees must be immediately paid into the party account No 10005-00001 03458061001-74 at Afriland First Bank or by Orange Money (Type #150#, enter 4 then select « other goods », enter the code 162132 then type the amount to send and finally enter your secret code)...

Press release: launch of GCTV television "Pro-KAMTO"

It is announced in the coming weeks the launch of a television channel called GCTV, presented as a "pro KAMTO" television, with current features in circulation headlining the image of HE Maurice KAMTO, the legitimate President following the 7th of October 2018 presidential election...

Press release of the coalition following the withdrawal of the organization of 2019 AFCON in Cameroon

Following the missions of the Confederation of African Football (CAF) regularly mandated to Cameroon during the last 18 months, via its executive committee, Africa’s highest Football organization has strippedCameroon from the organization of the Male 2019 AFCON on November 30th. Cameroonians have once again been struck deep inside them by the faults and incompetence of a man, the outgoing President, Paul BIYA, the force of experience in inexperience, and inefficiency..

National resistance programme to the electoral hold-up, in the perspective of Mr Biya’s swearing-in ceremony in november (date still unknown)


Friday 26th, Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th: Write on all media (T-shirt, car, bus, etc.) : "NO TO HOLD-UP"...

What Cameroonians need to know about the presidential elections of October 7, 2018 in Cameroon

Presidential Election Day in Cameroon was held on Sunday, October 7, 2018. Nine candidates ran including outgoing President Paul BIYA, 85 years old with 36 years at the helm of the state, without interruption, and Maurice KAMTO, former Minister Delegate of Justice, candidate of the Movement for the Renaissance in Cameroon (MRC) and of the Coalition of Forces for Change and the National Renaissance. After its creation in August 2012 and the holding of its first Convention on September 29, 2012, on September 30, 2013, the CRM took part in the twin legislative and municipal elections, held on September 30, 2013, by presenting lists in nearly twenty constituencies out of more than three hundred that count the country comprises. Despite the savage and barbaric frauds that twisted the outcome of this election, the CRM officially won one MP and 19 City Councillors...