Thursday, October 7, 2010

2011 presidential elections: CPDM goes on the offensive

By Ndi Eugene Ndi - Following instructions from the National Chairman, the Secretary General of the CPDM Central Committee, René Emmanuel Sadi has been holding meetings with the party’s Central Committee Delegates from all the ten Regions of Cameroon.

-Central Committee delegates hold indoor meetings
-National Congress and 2011 presidential elections feature on agenda

The meetings began on Tuesday August 24, 2010 with Central Committee delegates from the Centre and South Regions. After the Centre and South Regions, the scribe of the CPDM Central Committee who was accompanied by some senior officials of the party like Gregoire Owona, Jacques Fame Ndongo, Francis Nkwain, Pierre Mokoko Mbonjo amongst others invited Central Committee Delegates from the East and Littoral regions who were proceeded by delegates from the North West and South West regions.

Talking to the press after meeting with the party’s Central Committee delegates from the Centre Tuesday August 24, 2010, the Secretary General revealed that the consultations were instructed by the National Chairman of the CPDM, the president of the Republic, HE Paul Biya.

Emmanuel Rene Sadi added that their deliberations centred on the upcoming presidential elections given that the party has to keep on preparing. Another focus during the meetings that ended on Tuesday August 31, 2010 is on the stakes and challenges of the CPDM as well as the projects of the country as a whole as delegates of the CPDM have a role to play in handling the challenges that the party and the country in general is facing.

They also considered the cases of some Central Committee members who were no more living in accordance with the texts in force. Given that some of the Central Committee members have either died or are not more Central Committee members, the Yaoundé meetings was also an avenue to discuss their replacement as the party is aimed at mobilising grass root militants for the 2011 presidential polls.

A Central Committee delegate from the North West region told this reporter at the end of their working session with the SG of the Central Committee that their aim is to see the CPDM scoring a hundred per cent in the 2011 presidential elections.

The third congress of the Cameroon Peoples Democratic Movement will be holding 14 years after the second and yet when journalists inquired to know why it is holding so late and the precise date of the ordinary congress, the CPDM scribe decided to keep it as a secret saying it is not up to him to declare the date.

Journalists who remained at the Conference Centre after the departure of the delegates of the Centre wondered why the information about the CPDM ordinary congress was averred when the date will not be made known.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

all we want is paul biya out.he should either leave in peace or he will leave in peaces.