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Vol 64 No 25

Published 14th December 2023


No end to the legal opposition's long vigil

The funeral of opposition leader John Fru Ndi in July symbolised the end of constitutionalist Anglophone ambitions for justice

Political opposition to the presidency of Paul Biya has been marginalised not only by armed action by separatists, but by the regime's increasing intolerance and emasculation of constitutional oppositionists. This leaves no outlet for increasingly frustrated English-speakers, as well as Francophones fed up with an autocratic president.

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