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TOM CRUISE

biya must go,

lantum

no to harmonising the two legal systems, you dont put
together things that naturally are made to be apart
thats treason. the french law sytem and the common law
system are not compartible just as the two cultures are
not its just a grand plan to frenchify all the anglophones and make their territory a wholly french
people. the common law is the superior legal system that rule the civilize world today ,in america, in uk etc
the francophone can keep theirs , we keep ours, bet thats the fact, my respond wont change anything since i
am not the president, who is the supreme judge, but most cameroonians anglophone are edging closer to illetracy, they dony know any more they fate neither
their rights and heritage and culture, they accepts just about anything from foreign francophones appointees.

lantum

cameroon didnt became
independent, but the two
independent states of
cameroons became independent seperatelly
with twi distinct legal
inheritance, soo why on earth is this fool talking about harmony? this is pure
and simple lies, and illetracy in its highest form.please read your historysir, victor before
talking nonesense

latum

max tamko, you got to be my student sir, do you know
where common came from?
do you know where the napoleonic law system came from?
the common law is a direct
descedent of natural law ie
ie the king james law or the bible it self, the law as god wants man to live on earth, the french laws is a dictatorial laws of the state of the king louis which transcend napoleon bonaprte era, its places, man ie the head of state and the state above all. at the center of creation. which is right? the common law or the french law? please
you are not ambazonian, stopped narating rubbish you know nothing about, what is customary law got to do for today and tomorrow? in africa where
emphasises is the uplifiting and advancement of the miserables, from the jungle life to a civilize one? where nature. science and technology and philosophy take the center stage.

Pascal

I understand why these two profanes should not be able to understand Dr Tamko who is a comparative law lecturer.Law is hard to understand mostly when you are not a jurist and all jurist will easily understand where Dr Tamko is heading to.For the understanding of non jurist(profanes),Dr Tamko is simply talking of bringing like terms together and talking out on the differences that exist in the two legal systems in Cameroon.It is only after this has been done that we can actually sit to talk of a law proper to Cameroon based on its diversity.For this to be effective, we need to train our jusrists in comparative law so that they can better understand the two systems and customary law so as to be able to come out with reasonable proposals as a new law for Cameroon and not being in a winer or loser position when a Cameroon law is made.Even if you were to talk about being from the southern Cameroon,I will like to tell you that comparative law jurists are needed there too,to be able to make laws that will be proper to southern Cameroon in order to differ it from their colonial Bristish given that they do not have thesame setting and can not share the same law entirely.When some one talks of U.S using the common law,you must not forget that they had the English as colonial masters just like Southern Cameroon,but they went further to tailor their own common law to suit the American culture.We must always avoid to write on a topic which we don't know.Writing is good but do well to make a postive contribution.I know Dr Tamko and as a Lawyer understand what he means and consider it worth talking about the need for comparative law teaching in Cameroonian universities which had only been experimented in the Maitrise program in the University of Dschang.I believe the result was good.

LANTUM

LAW LECTURER WHERE?
AT SOME MUSHROOM SCHOOL
CALL UNIVERSITY OF YAONDE?

LAW IS SUPPOSE TO DESCEND
FROM ABOVE , FROM GOD , TO
COVER ALL. NOT THIS THING YOU INVENT OVERNIGHT AND
CALL UN COMPARATIVE -SHIT
YOU DONT KNOW THAT THE LAWS OF EVERY LAND ARE
CONNECTED TO INTERNATIONAL
AND NATURAL LAW.

BUSH PEOPLE, MAKE WUNA CONTINUE DEE CHOP WUNA
SHIT

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