Cameroon Hit by Violence Ahead of Presidential Poll
Cameroonian political parties have criss-crossed the country ahead of the presidential elections on Sunday October 7. Eight candidates representing a string of opposition parties are vying to oust 85-year-old incumbent President Paul Biya, who has ruled Cameroon since 1982 and is also seeking a seventh term.
Women protest, holding up a poster with images of atrocities committed in an ongoing conflict between government forces and armed separatists, in Bamenda, Cameroon, Sept. 7, 2018.
Deutsche Welle, 4 October 2018
Cameroonian political parties have criss-crossed the country ahead of the presidential elections on Sunday. Except for one candidate, none has been able to organize campaigns in… Read more »
Cameroon: Deadly Violence Mars Watershed Elections
CAJ News, 4 October 2018
Ongoing attacks by the Boko Haram and violence in the English speaking regions of Cameroon have raised fears of bloodshed when the country holds elections on Sunday. Read more »
Cameroon Tribune, 4 October 2018
The proclamation of presidential election results in Cameroon is regulated by the Electoral Code. The Code in its Section 137 states that, "The Constitutional Council shall adopt… Read more »