The first ordinary session of the National Assembly for the year 2018, has been convened for this March 2.

[:fr]The first ordinary session of the National Assembly for the year 2018, has been convened for this March 2.

The information is contained in a release signed this February 17, 2018, by the President of the National Assembly, Cavaye Yegue Djibril. It reads, “The national assembly is convened to the ordinary session of the Month of March this Friday, March 2, 2018 as from 11am”.

The 2017 session of parliament was one of the toughest sessions in the history of the national assembly.

First was the fire incident which destroyed the upper part of an administrative building close to the main parliamentary hall. Fortunately enough, the main hall used for parliamentary sessions was kept safe thanks to efforts from the fire fighting brigade.

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Just after this incident, the Social Democratic Front staged a major and unprecedented protest operation November 23, 2017. The move pushed the Right Honarable Cavaye Yegue Djibril President of the Lower House of Parliament to adopt the 2016 settlement bill under a tensed atmosphere.

Video Footage going viral on social media appeared to show Members of Parliament from the Social Democratic Front mounting the rostrum of the chamber house chanting “how many people paul biya go kill ooooooh? How many people Paul Biya Go Kill, Le Pays va mal oooh, Le Pay va mal”.

Despite that, the 2018 State Budget of the Republic of Cameroon which stands at FCFA 4513.5 billion was adopted by Parliamentarians.

During the closing ceremony of the November Session of parliament of the year 2017, the House Speaker equally announced the death of the Secretary General of the National Assembly, Victor Yene Essomba. The long time civil administrator died on the night of December 12 at the Yaounde General hospital where he was receiving treatment for an illness.

Many analyst are nevertheless predicting that this 2018 which an all elections year in Cameroon will mark a turning point in the history of the National Assembly of Cameroon.


With CFA 25, 000 advertise with Cameroon News Today-CNT. Get in touch with us on +237 694 299 971 or email us at info@cnt.cm.[:en]The first ordinary session of the National Assembly for the year 2018, has been convened for this March 2.

The information is contained in a release signed this February 17, 2018, by the President of the National Assembly, Cavaye Yegue Djibril. It reads, “The national assembly is convened to the ordinary session of the Month of March this Friday, March 2, 2018 as from 11am”.

The 2017 session of parliament was one of the toughest sessions in the history of the national assembly.

First was the fire incident which destroyed the upper part of an administrative building close to the main parliamentary hall. Fortunately enough, the main hall used for parliamentary sessions was kept safe thanks to efforts from the fire fighting brigade.

Just after this incident, the Social Democratic Front staged a major and unprecedented protest operation November 23, 2017. The move pushed the Right Honarable Cavaye Yegue Djibril President of the Lower House of Parliament to adopt the 2016 settlement bill under a tensed atmosphere.

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Video Footage going viral on social media appeared to show Members of Parliament from the Social Democratic Front mounting the rostrum of the chamber house chanting “how many people paul biya go kill ooooooh? How many people Paul Biya Go Kill, Le Pays va mal oooh, Le Pay va mal”.

Despite that, the 2018 State Budget of the Republic of Cameroon which stands at FCFA 4513.5 billion was adopted by Parliamentarians.

During the closing ceremony of the November Session of parliament of the year 2017, the House Speaker equally announced the death of the Secretary General of the National Assembly, Victor Yene Essomba. The long time civil administrator died on the night of December 12 at the Yaounde General hospital where he was receiving treatment for an illness.

Many analyst are nevertheless predicting that this 2018 which an all elections year in Cameroon will mark a turning point in the history of the National Assembly of Cameroon.


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