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Monday, 26 February 2007

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Ebonylad

Dr Diane is making a wonderful effort out there especially as a woman in a very complex and critical setting.This is great madam.But unfornately, we cannot pretend not to see that it is just a waste of time and resources as usual.Since the plebiscite elections of 1961,we have never had a somewhat free and fair election.International observers are just fade up or better put, blind or uninterested in the whole situation.
If I should define peace in terms of armed conflict,we have the most peaceful bad government in the planet.Our people are suffering not only from income poverty,but also capabilities.Elections are no longer worth the solution.I am not saying armed conflicts are.But the solution is simply in the hands of the umpire to quitely step down and a couple of candidates go in for a fresh electoral process.
We cannot have a situation whereby the umpire is at the same time the player and always the winner.He must give up one role now.MINATD is part and parcel of all the bad settings directed by the umpire.
You raised a couple of issues in the excerpt above:NEO Monitors have not had their dues,some fraudulent officials of previous elections could not have been taken to court because of time.
Therefore, there is a high tendency that this time around,Monitors would be corrupt to reap what was dued them previously.
Fraudulent officials shall do the same because they went unpunished last time.
These are aspects of bad governance which Cameroonians should not be expected to register to vote for again.We are as wise as King Solomon this time around.Not the ballot box,not guns,but let him step down.
Ebonylad.

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