Cameroon 2007

Cameroon 2007

Africa
Yearbook 2007 Cameroon. A campaign against corruption that started in 2006 after pressure from donors began to produce results. After three major trials, a number of former senior officials, most related to the ruling party RDPC, were sentenced to imprisonment for up to 50 years for extensive misappropriation of state funds. According to abbreviationfinder: CM is the 2-letter acronym for the country of Cameroon. However, the corruption cases hardly affected the parliamentary elections in July, which resulted in a grand victory for the RDPC (Cameroonian People's Democratic Movement). The party retained a large majority, with 140 of Parliament's 180 seats; a slight decline since the last election. However, the Supreme Court received over 100 protests against cheating and decided to annul the result in 17 constituencies where serious cheating had…
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