Bill Cameron, who approved the January 19 ordinance relating to the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, approved the results of the EU Economic Partnership Agreement on Friday. Without some opposition. Some deputies opposed the acceptance of this agreement. Among them is Democratic Union of Cameroon (UDC) Deputy Coupit Adamo. Cameron made a bad deal by signing this post-Brexit deal. D “The United Kingdom is leaving European territory and they want to continue to benefit from the effects of these monkeys signed with the European Union. They want to lead Cameroon to a bilateral agreement to increase the monkey’s influence in the British economy, not the Cameroonian economy. Who took the initiative to negotiate with Bilateral Monkey between Cameroon and Great Britain? Ask him.
22 billion less
The Minister of Economy, Planning and Regional Development (Minepat) said that the President of the Republic himself had suggested the signing of this new bilateral agreement with Great Britain. A suggestion received when Cameron arrives 5 years later shows a huge loss. “Based on customs figures produced for the period 2016-2020, a total shortfall of 22 billion FCFA was recorded. Not 22 billion in 5 years, ”Alamin Usman May admits. However, for the latter, it is a paltry sum. “But this is insignificant compared to the imitations made in terms of disrupting public finances. “
Loss of human life
Another MP who has not ratified financial partnership agreements is the president of the Cameroonian Party for National Reconciliation (PCRN). Cabral Libby went beyond the agreement between Cameroon and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The second is the link between the increase in traffic accidents and the removal of customs barriers. “Contrary to what we sell to Cameroonians, we are breaking down tariff barriers and moving it elsewhere. Cars are one of the leading causes of death on our highways. Because today you buy a vehicle for 500,000 and clear it at 3 million F Cfa. Race results, we are inclined to buy waste. So we became the let toilet of all murder mechanics. If we change this pattern, we will buy 3 million F Cfa cars and clear 500,000. Why should we go and buy waste because the tariff is so high. “Because we’re trying to get what we agreed to from the other behind the Cameroonian.”
In other words, signing EPAs is a bad idea for a parliamentarian. “When Cameron approved these EPAs in 2014, I was one of the Cameroonian citizens who opposed them. Not because EPAs are bad by default. But when tariff barriers are removed, we need to make sure that we are able to produce the products we need to prevent the impact of product surges coming from our partners. In a 2010 study by Minapot, Cameron had to postpone this recognition in order for our country to update itself. Our public finances were not good, our production system was not good, and our administration presented problems. But I was curious, ”assures Nyong and Kell’s deputy.