Cameroon: Common Law Lawyers Meet With Anglophone MPs

The leaders of the ongoing strike by the common law lawyers met on Teusday, 15. November 2016 as reported by the last edition of The Sun, the meeting culminated to a plethora of demands by the lawyers which are expected to be transmitted to govt by the MPs.
Amongst the 15 demands is the call to investigate the brutal crackdown on

lawyers during their peaceful demonstrations in bamenda and buea and culprits brought to book, the also asked for the creation of Laws school, creation of a common law bench at the supreme court and the creation of common law department in ENAM and also to lift the ban on North West, Meme and Fako Lawyer's Association.
Find attached the complete recommendations from the meeting!

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