THE MAJOR NATIONAL DIALOGUE
In his message to the Nation on 10 September 2019, the President of the Republic, Head of State, H.E. Paul BIYA, decided to convene a Major National Dialogue scheduled at the end of September 2019. This Dialogue is designed to, “in line with our Constitution, enable us to seek ways and means of meeting the high aspirations of the people of the North-West and South-West Regions, but also of all the other components of our Nation” in order to resolve the crisis affecting these two regions and having consequences for the whole country.
The Major National Dialogue will be held from 30 September to 4 October 2019, under the coordination of the Prime Minister, Head of Government.
Yaounde Conference Centre
- Rally all well-thinking and constructive forces in our country and in the diaspora around values that are dear to us, namely: peace, security, national unity and progress.
- Meet the strong desire of the people of the North-West and South-West Regions to return to a normal life and be able once again to safely carry out their economic and social activities.
- Commission No 1: Bilingualism, Cultural Diversity and Social Cohesion
- Commission No 2: Educational System
- Commission No 3: Judicial System
- Commission No 4: Decentralisation and Local Development
- Commission No 5: Reconstruction and Development of Crisis-Affected Regions
- Commission No 6: Return of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons
- Commission No 7: Disarmament, Demobilisation and Reintegration of Ex-combatants
- Commission No 8: Role of Diaspora in the Crisis and its Contribution to the Country’s Development
The Head of State wants the Major National Dialogue to be dialogue that will bring together, without exception, sons and daughters of Cameroon:
- opinion leaders,
- economic operators,
- traditional authorities,
- religious authorities,
- members of the diaspora,
- representatives of the Defence and Security Forces,
- representatives of armed groups
- representatives of the victims.
Seven hotels have been selected to accommodate the participants:
- Mont-Febe Hotel – (237) 222 21 40 02 – email@example.com
- Hôtel des Députés – (237) 222 23 15 55 – firstname.lastname@example.org
- Djeuga Palace – (237) 222 22 64 57 / 242 72 23 73
- Hôtel La Falaise – (237) 222 22 06 16 ;
- Tou’Ngou Hôtel -(237) 2 22 20 10 25
- Hôtel Franco – (237) 6 91 10 28 90
- YaaHot Hôtel – (237) 651 08 14 39
Buses will be provided to transport participants from the various accommodation sites to the Conference Centre for the duration of the Major National Dialogue.
Yaounde Emergency Centre (CURY): Tel. (237) 222 22 25 25 25 / 222 22 25 24 / 222 22 25 22; email: email@example.com
The Technical Secretariat of the Major National Dialogue, located at the Yaounde Conference Centre, can be contacted at the telephone number (237) 222 211 339 / 222 211 311 / 222 211 427 / 222 211 326 / 222 211 394
Contributions can be sent to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Website of the Major National Dialogue: www.nationaldialogue.cm