The President of the National Assembly and the house Bureau should assume their responsibility before Cameroonians and history, says Kamto.
The CRM leader was expected to give the way forward five (5) days ago on how he intends to establish power vacancy at the Presidency of the Republic.
Today, 15 April 2020, Maurice Kamto through social media rendered public steps he has taken so far in line with his promise.
Below is the full text from from Kamto.
My dear compatriots, in the face of the unprecedented political situation in which our country finds itself, characterised by the prolonged and unexplained absence of the Head of State in office, I have decided to act, in accordance with my statement dated 3 April 2020.
According to the law, it is the sole privilege of the Speaker of the National Assembly, acting with the assent of the Bureau of this institution, to seize the Constitutional Council for the purpose of establishing a power vacancy at the Presidency of the Republic.
The law does not say who can solicit the President of the National Assembly for this purpose.
It does opens the possibility to any citizen of political organization.
This is why I have seized in writing, the evidence of receipt thereof, the Speaker and Bureau of the National Assembly, so that in good conscience, they assume their responsibilities before you and before history.
I have taken mine.
Maurice Kamto, April 15, 2020.
Worth noting is the fact that Maurice Kamto in his last outing of 3rd April equally noted that President Paul Biya could be faking his own death only to resurface later and play the “Messiah” in the fight against COVID-19 in the country.
A statement that provoked a release from the National Communication Secretary of the ruling CPDM Party, Prof Jacques Fames Ndongo who presented five “mistakes” of the CRM leader, one of which was his inconsistence as regards the health situation of the Head of State.
To Fames Ndongo, Kamto started by declaring the Head of State a “ghost” President, only to discover the truth later to prophecy on his come back.
The National President of the Cameroon Renaissance Movement, noted recently for giving deadlines in his outings did not this time around give a deadline to the President of the National Assembly to act.
By Louvier Kindo Tombe