The date for the long awaited parliamentary and municipal elections in Cameroon is now known. According to a Presidential decree signed by the Head of State Paul Biya, the elections will take place on the 9th of February 2020.
The elections were initially scheduled for 2018 but postponed to 2019 and then to February 2020 as a result of the deepening anglophone crisis. Though the elections have been rescheduled to February 2020, the question that many are asking is if the crisis that led to the postponement has been solved? Well, your answer is as good as mine.
Others are of the opinion that the quick and effective implementation of the Resolutions of the Major National Dialogue could go a long way in solving the anglophone crisis and thus enable a saver atmosphere in the crisis hit North West and South West regions for the elections.