Cameroon: Parliament Eliminates Presidential Term Limits
“To try now to amend this article only through the National Assembly, for us is tantamount to a hold-up”
In yet another setback for democracy in Africa, Cameroon's parliament adopted a constitutional bill removing a two-term limit to allow President Paul Biya to extend his 25-year rule on Thursday, despite ... via AllAfrica.com
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