For John, BLUF: There is nations coming together and there is nations with the majority trying to change the minority, against the will of the minority. Nothing to see here; just move along.
Crisis in Cameroon
Lowell Resident Fru Nkimbeng has been on City Life talking about the problem in the nation of Cameroon. The nation was originally an amalgam of Francophone and Anglophone areas, separate in language and legal approach.♠ However, the separation of the two portions has been eliminated by the majority Francophone controlled central government trying to impose its views on the minority Anglophone.
This will be discussed by a panel of experts on this Thursday, 11 May, at Lowell Telecommunications Corporation (LTC) at 7:00 PM.
The location is 246 Market Street, here in Lowell. Nearby is the Leo Roy Parking Garage.
It should be an interesting panel discussion and worth your attending.♥
Regards — Cliff
♠ The Anglophone portion uses Common Law and the Francophone uses "Civil Law".
♥ I would be there but I have to be at the meeting of the License Commission at the same time.