Regional Authorities : Administration Prepares Powers To Devolve

The Interministerial Committee of Local Services held its ordinary session through video conferencing on June 26, 2020.

The different ministries that would transfer powers and corresponding resources to regions are already working  in order for government to have a catalogue of powers  per administration that would be devolved once the regions are put in place.


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The Minister of Decentralisation and Local Development, Georges Elanga Obam made the revelation to the press after chairing the ordinary session of the Interministerial Committee  of Local Services   that took place through video conferencing on June 26, 2020. The committee is in charge of overseeing the effective devolution of the powers and their use by the local authorities within the framework of the ongoing decentralisation process in Cameroon. After the enactment of  the Law of December 2019 to Institute the General Code of Regional and Local Authorities, everything is clear with regard to the regions. The Minister said, it all depends on the Head of State to convene regional council elections and that government is  working hard to ensure that once the regions are functional they can start working immediately and producing results.


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The Interministerial Committee of Local Services also  came out with the precise terms of  reference   intended to  develop instruments that will enable government conduct a survey of the powers the central government has  been devolving to local councils  and City Councils since 2010. Information from the Ministry of Decentralisation and Local Development indicate that so far, 20 ministries have  been involved with the transfer of power and corresponding resources to local councils.


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