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Friday, 17 December 2004


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Prince Lawrence Ayamba

UNPO welcomes six new members

The 29th Session of the UNPO Steering Committee met in The Hague from the 17 to the 19th December 2004. The Committee met in open session, also attended by members from Cabinda, Chin, Crimean Tatars, Hungarians in Romania, Khmer Krom, West Papua and delegations from the Ahwazi, Buffalo River Dene Nation, Oromo, and Southern Cameroons, as well as some guest members of the public.
The Committee reviewed the financial position of the UNPO, the prospects for 2005, and decided for a General Assembly to be convened in The Hague within the next six months. A task force was appointed to review a series of points identified by the General Secretariat on how to make the running of the organization more effective.

The task force is to examine some areas of the Covenant where change is needed, to operate in the current context, so that these can be discussed with members in the months prior to the General Assembly. Among some of the major issues, members discussed the situation in Northern Iraq, the relationship between various UNPO members in that region and the possibility to do something towards the upcoming elections. Members were happy to hear that despite the increased workload due to his appointment to the Taiwan National Security Council, Senator Parris Chang would continue to serve in his capacity of President of the Committee until the forthcoming General Assembly.

The UNPO is pleased to announce that six new members have been admitted to the Organization: the Oromo, Southern Cameroons, Buffalo River Dene Nation, Maasai, Nahuas del Alto Balsas and Somaliland. The UNPO welcomes these new members and looks forward to their active role within the Organization.

Nso Collivan

Some times it’s hard to understand why all this inside fight.
Is it that we have been intoxicated by the bad blood of La R Du Cameroon.
Please some of us don’t want to know about or get involve in this internal fighting.
I for one just want to give my maximum best to see that this struggle move forward but when every time I read or about the silly differences in the struggle it makes it difficult to believe in any one of you.
When I look at it all I say they have gone back to the days when they where children.
Maturity has come down to immaturity, it will be a shameful thing to us all if we do not change our ways of thinking. We have to start going beyond position, presidents or what ever.
When I sleep on my bed I see a generation of well educated elites limited only to inheritance rather than being creative. Your generation and future generation should remember your names, your monuments should be seen in squares, history should carry your name till the end of time.

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