- 29 nov. 2023 08:26
- 29 nov. 2023 08:21
Concertation meetings, reorganisation of basic structures of the party and field visits are some ongoing activities of the political parties ahead of the next electoral process in Cameroon.
There are a total of nine political parties represented in Parliament (National Assembly and Senate). Being represented in either of the Chambers of the bi-camera House is indicative of the fact that the said political parties participated in elections. One political ambition probably cuts across; conquer as many territories as possible. The next electoral process of Cameroon would be in 2025, a year that would possibly witness the Presidential, legislative and municipal elections. Elections are not prepared in a hurry; reason political parties have begun laying the ground work for effective results in 2025.
Concertation meetings at regional levels, reorganisation of basic structures of the party and field visits are some ongoing activities of political parties ahead of the next electoral process in Cameroon. Effervescence is thus gently mounting amongst different political parties, especially for those represented in Parliament who would want to secure more seats at the National Assembly.
At the level of the Social Democratic Front (SDF), they are busy concluding the renewal of the basic structures of the party ahead of its elective convention in October. On September 23, 2023, the party held its regional conference in Bamenda which saw the election of Cletus Fongu, Mayor, Bamenda III Council, elected North West Regional Chairman of the SDF. After the elective convention, the elected National Chairman and other elected officials will, according to party officials, begin a meet-the-people tour. It is said, they will be galvanising militants and preaching their political ideology to gain new party members. The party that currently has five seats at the National Assembly, has the challenge of increasing them, as well as the number of Councils it controls, especially in the North West Region where they are considered to have a stronghold but lost to the CPDM in the last elections.
Within the National Union for Democracy and Progress (NUDP), their Yaounde office is open between 9am and 4pm on a regular basis but extends when the need arises. Having a significant presence in the Adamawa and northern regions, they are planning to extend their grip in other regions of the ...
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