SDF Parliamentary Group Requests Niat To Put The Anglophone Crisis On The Agenda Of The Next Sitting

The SDF Parliamentary Group has requested the President of the Senate Marcel Niat Njifenji to fit in the anglophone crisis for discussion, in the agenda of the next sitting of the House.

In a letter of Thursday Nov. 23rd, 2017, addressed to the President of the Upper House, the SDF Parliamentary Group cited Article 35 of the Cameroon Constitution that says;'The Parliament shall control Government action through oral or written questions and by setting up committees of inquiry with specific terms of reference.' 

If laws are still applicable in this country, then the anglophone crisis will be debated in the days ahead.

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