Paul Biya Is Offering Cameroon’s Anglophones Too Little, Too Late

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A mother and child walk past a destroyed car in a small town on the main highway near Buea on May 11, 2019 The location is one of many residential areas that now lie empty as residents flee to the main city of Buea or into the deep tropical forests after violence in the region. Giles Clarke/UNOCHA via Getty Images

The Cameroonian government is seeking to implement a 1996 law it refused to enact for over two decades. The policy represents a fig leaf, not genuine decentralization, and will not resolve a crisis of Biya’s own making.

BY R. MAXWELL BONE | NOVEMBER 21, 2020, 8:53 AM

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