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The case for the Southern Cameroons

The case for the Southern Cameroons

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Published by CAMFECO in [Washington, D.C.?] .
Written in English

    Places:
  • West Province (Cameroon),
  • Cameroon
    • Subjects:
    • West Province (Cameroon) -- Politics and government.,
    • Cameroon -- Politics and government -- 1960-1982.

    • Edition Notes

      Statementedited by Albert W. Mukong.
      ContributionsMukong, A. W.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDT581.W43 C37 1990
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxxiii, 156 p. :
      Number of Pages156
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1044048M
      LC Control Number93243184

        THE UN VOTED FOR SOUTHERN CAMEROONS INDEPENDENCE: HERE ARE THE DETAILS. The United Nations, on Ap , voted for the independence of the British Southern Cameroons. According to the United Nations Resolution (XV), the Southern Cameroons had a right to sovereignty. The UN General Assembly session voted an overwhelming 64 votes against The present case of the People of the Southern British Cameroons is that despite the Plebiscite and despite Resolutions and (XV), the Republic of Cameroon simply ignored all the Resolutions and agreements reached and illegally occupied the Southern British Cameroons. Not one of the terms of the pertinent United Nations Resolutions was.

      Southern Cameroons - Ambazonia. K likes. Restoring the independence and sovereignty of the Southern British Cameroons and the Northern British Cameroons as the state of Ambazonia or BimbiaFollowers: K. THE NORTHERN CAMEROONS CASE IN , the Federal Republic of Cameroon filed an application with the International Court of Justice, requesting the Court to declare that the United Kingdom, in its administration of the North-ern Cameroons, had violated certain articles of a trusteeship agree-ment.'.

      + years Cartographical History of Southern Cameroons. The answers lie in history books, maps initially sketched on napkins, and surely, a lot of hand-shake deals made a long time ago that. This book is a succinct account of the role immigrants from French Cameroon played in the Reunification politics in the Southern Cameroons. The study reveals that these "strangers" organised themselves in Pressure Groups in order to fight for equal opportunities with the indigenes and when such opportunities were not coming, they initiated the Reunification Idea, propagated it and converted.


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The Southern Cameroons, therefore, presented "one of the most bizarre cases in history where a territory had to gain its independence by attaching itself to an already independent state" (Awasom 58).

Whatever effort necessary When you're willing to make an initial effort, you'll succeed : Paperback. "Self-Determination and Regional Human Rights Bodies: The Case of Southern Cameroons and the African Commission on Human and Peoples’ Rights" published on 01 Author: Brianne McGonigle Leyh.

The case for the Southern Cameroons -May 20th May 20th48 years later what exactly are we celebrating. Does the Southern Cameroons have a legal case. The case for the Southern Cameroons. Tensions we are witnessing between French-speaking and English -speaking cameroonians goes back 60 years ago.

The Engli. Mola Litumbe presented his book titled, “ Case of the Annexation of the UN British Administered Territory of Southern Cameroons” at a press conference in Buea on May The page book, written in French and English, according to Author Litumbe, is also a “Critical review of the Formation and Dissolution of the State of the Federal Republic of Cameroon”.Author: Chris Ams.

Southern Cameroons leaders claimed responsibility for the rejection of this item. One week after, Southern Cameroons leaders were purportedly invited by Muammar Gaddafi, the current AU Chairman.

These developments are anything but a source of comfort for the Biya Regime, which knows Gaddafi’s track record as far as liberation movements are. The Republic of Cameroon claimed that the United Kingdom had violated the Trusteeship Agreement for the Territory of the Cameroons under British administration (divided into the Northern and the Southern Cameroons) by creating such conditions that the Trusteeship had led to the attachment of the Northern Cameroons to Nigeria instead of to The case for the Southern Cameroons book Republic of Cameroon, the territory of which had previously been administered by France and to which the Southern Cameroons.

Inthe ACHPR was presented with a substantially similar case, Southern en Cameroonians from an area they called Southern Cameroons petitioned the ACHPR alleging violations of many rights of Anglophone Cameroonians, one of which is the right of self-determination.

Editorial. Making the case for Southern Cameroons independence with Franc Zone membership. Advocates of Southern Cameroons independence need to be aware of the fact that over the last 55 years of uneasy cohabitation between LRC and the Southern Cameroons, France has built strategic and legitimate interests in Cameroon which entitles her to defend her interests in the event that Southern.

Thirdly, the signal from the walk out would have been re-echoed in the spines of the international community to see that things are still very bad in the two zones of Southern Cameroons. LRC keeps sending hoax information to the world that all is well in Southern Cameroons, and that the government of Cameroun is progressively solving the problem.

British Cameroon or British Cameroons was a British Mandate territory in British West Africa, formed of Northern Cameroons and Southern Cameroons. Today, Northern Cameroons forms parts of the Borno, Adamawa, and Taraba states of Nigeria, and the self-declared independent state of Southern Cameroons was renamed Ambazonia, the latter considered internationally to be part of l: Buea.

ratification to the people of Southern Cameroons through Parliament or a Referendum’, Ahidjo had it ‘merely imposed on them’. See C. Taku, For Dame Lynda Chalker & Other Anglophone Cameroonian Notes (Aba, Iduma Industries (Nigeria) Ltd, ), p.

* A. Mukong (ed.), The Case for the Southern Cameroons (Yaounde!, Cameroon FederalistCited by: (source: Nielsen Book Data) Summary An examination of the constitutional history of British Southern Cameroons from tothis work provides a foundation for understanding the origin of the Anglophone Question in present-day Cameroon.

the British Mandate territory of British Cameroons in West it has been part of the Republic of Cameroon, where it makes up the Northwest Region and Southwestpressure groups in the territory have sought independence from the Republic of Cameroon, and the Republic of Ambazonia was declared by the Southern Cameroons Peoples Organisation (SCAPO).

The book comes at a time of great chaos in what used to be the Southern Cameroons, what responsibility does the UN bear on the current conflict. Barrister Ajong Stanislaus: In order to give an appropriate and comprehensive answer to this question, it will be incumbent on us to know the purpose and or principle for which the United Nations.

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A Political History of British Southern Cameroons from to by Nfor Ngala Nfor | May 1,   Southern Cameroons. Southern Cameroons was the southern part of the British Mandate territory of Cameroons in West Africa.

Since it is part of the Republic of Cameroon, where it makes up the Northwest Province and Southwest Province. Sincepressure groups in the territory have sought independence from Cameroon, and the Republic of Ambazonia was formally declared by the.

Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features History of Cameroon Since Victor Julius Ngoh. Bali Bamenda Bamileke Bamum Bangwa Baptist Basel Mission Baya became Bimbia Biya Britain British Cameroons British colonial British Southern Cameroons Buea called Cameroonians.

Jailed Cameroonian Activist Publishes Book On Inevitability Of Southern Cameroons Independence. May 6, May 6, 0. Share 0. By Eric Tataw – Washington DC, USA, Tuesday, May 5, In one of his many outings, Nfor Ngala Nfor greets Marco Pannella (in suit). Marco was an Italian politician, journalist, and activist.

The root of the 'anglophone problem' in Cameroon may be traced back towhen the political elites of two territories with different colonial legacies - one French and the other British.Later, we will use the case of John Tilney to demonstrate that the competing political and economic interests within the British political establishment over the fate of Southern Cameroons had little or nothing to do with actual Southern Cameroons interests - - even when they favored South Cameroons independence without "integrating" or.

Fonkem’s recent books include Nationalism and Intra-State Conflicts in the Postcolonial World, Lexington Books (); British Southern Cameroons: Nationalism & Conflict in Postcolonial Africa, FriesenPress (); Lefua in Lebialem: Decline or Transformation ().

His new book, Second Chances, Crime and Human Services is upcoming in Rowman.