(CNT)The President of the Republic of Cameroon wants to grant parliamentarians of the National Assembly another one year in office.
The information comes as a relieve to many parliamentarians of the National Assembly who were getting set to take on legislative elections before the end of 2018 as prescribed by the law.
In a letter signed this June 13, 2018 circulating on Social Media, President Paul Biya writes to Marcel Niat Njifenji, President of the Senate explaining that the State of Cameroon will not cope with organizing all the elections this year.
The President has then requested that the Senate should put the question on discussion so as to permit members of parliament from the lower house to benefit from another year in office as from October 29, 2018.
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According to the constitution of Cameroon, the President of the Republic can request for the prorogation of the mandate of parliamentarians.
If the approval is granted by the Senate, the President will table the necessary bill which will be subjected to a senate vote during this June session of parliament.
As a result, Cameroonians will be voting just for municipal and presidential elections scheduled for ending 2018.
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