The lawyer who also wears the cap of political leader accuses the personalities sent to negotiate with the consortium of authoritarianism.
The guest of the show “Entretien avec” (STV) broadcast on 20 April 2017 was Bernard Muna, the former president of the Bar Association of Cameroon and former leader of the Alliance of Progressive Forces (AFP). During the exchange with our colleague Dipita Tongo, the man returned to the anglophone crisis. Notably on the negotiations with the consortium of the anglophone civil society. Bernard Muna attributed the failure to the envoys of the government. “My feeling is that those members of the government who for the most part are former officials do not master the art of negotiation. When you negotiate you have to wait for all the requests. You do not always have to say, “I have the power, I will do this or that.” These former officials and others come with something in mind. They come to impose. It’s a bit annoying, “he said.
The former deputy prosecutor of the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda explains that the Consortium and the Yaounde authorities decided to negotiate because they never wanted the crisis to take proportions and degenerate into violence. He said he believed that the two sides had agreed on certain points. For him, “it is clear that if we negotiated this meant that the basis was political. Finally, we find ourselves before a state court “.
Barrister Bernard Muna Welcomes the steps taken by Paul Biya which are in line with the resolution of the crisis. Commenting on the hearing of his brother Barrister Akere Muna in connection with the crisis in the regions of the Southwest and Northwest, he denies the rumor that his national identity card has been retained. He adds that neither he nor Akere are above Cameroonian laws.