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Thursday, 11 August 2011

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Va Boy

Nice article. I am so skeptical of Camerooooooon government games that I will not even pretend to participate. Perhaps one day the people will wake up from their drunken stupor and run these bastards out.

Sharon Amougou

People like you are very insignificant and your opinion does not even exist as far as politics is concerned, I wonder if you even have any idea of what politics is. People like you do not have any interest for Cameroon andI’ll not be surprised if you have signed another nationality. President Paul Biya is giving the opportunity to all Cameroonians all over the world to participate in the electoral process of their country and only a fool like you can permit himself to think it is worthless.

John Dinga

Dear Ms Amougou, I would not hurriedly call the author of this write-up a fool or an ignorant person. Of course I understand that with such right-sounding name like yours, that is green light enough.

It bothers me though that we are heading to an election with the playing field so uneven. Where do I begin to analyse? Let us consider just the last event in the process - nominating the candidate to represent the political party. Which should come first, the nomination of such a candidate in the appropriate forum (CPDM Congress) or the declaration of candidacy to meet a deadline? How many of the 51 contenders enjoyed this latitude of twisting the rules of the game?

Would it then be fair to speak of a level playing field? What is patriotism if it is not associated with clamoring for transparency and well defined rules of the game? Is Cameroon not by far bigger and better than people's selfish interests? Don't we want a better nation to accommodate us all?

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