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Monday, 02 February 2009

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Fon.

I am beginning to question what the commonwealth stands for. I know they have to be diplomatic in handling sensitive issues, but I see double standards here.
Let them be preparing to come for peace and humanitarian work instead of prevention.

Dr A A Agbormbai

The international community is as guilty as the leaders of dictatorships and half-democracies for the existence of these undesired forms of government around the globe. All too often the international community fails to use strong arm tactics against these leaders to force them to adopt fully democratic practices.

Instead, they adopt measures that harm the people. And the only losers are always the people!

Ted

Over reliance on the international community clearly indicates a serious lack of ideas on our part. If we can't solve our problems who else will solve them for us? The international community are not super humans but a connection of systems that work for their interests. If the international community is comfortable in a corrupt environment, why will they bother to shake it up?

Tanyi

This Dr. Omollo character must be an idiot, tool, or coward; or even worse, all of them. You can't answer forthright and important questions like these about how ridiculous this ELECAM joke is? You add to every Cameroonian's suffering when you use your supposedly all-important podium ("Commonwealth Official") and not call out a fraud for what it is. People like this should not appear anywhere to give an opinion about how the international community feels about what our dictator/lost-his-old-mind/president does. Unless, the Commonwealth is as shameless as people often say they are.

Nditam

What an insult!!!!!!!!!!!

Chief Whip

Dr. Omollo and Ms Apea exemplify the cheap bureacrats who will waste no time to compromise their academic and professional accomplishments for money. It does not require any stretch of thinking to realise that Paul Biya's government paid these two misfits to come forward with this outragious pronouncement about ELECAM.

I can see the Biya's government has a lot of buying and bribing to do between now and 2011.

DR TAN OF CAMEROON


COMMONWEALTH RESPECTS THE LEGAL FRAME WORK OF ELECAM.
WHO PRODUCED THE LAW IN THE FIRST PLACE?
OH CAMEROON.
DR THOMPSON AKWO NTUBA MD, Ph.D

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