« Rassemblement Démocratique 
du Peuple Camerounais »

17/05/2018 - 07:33
L'Action 1111
L'Action 1111
Date Edition: 
Numero Edition: 

The population condemns the burning down of public and private property as a means to resolving the current problem. 



Un match crucial

Les Lions indomptables affronteront les Socceroos d’Australie ce jeudi. Une victoire des champions d’Afrique en titre est impérative pour se relancer dans la compétition. 


Académie du Rdpc

Les sections d’Afrique en conclave

Le secrétaire général du Comité central, Jean Nkuété préside un séminaire d’information, de formation et de sensibilisation à leur intention le 23 juin prochain à Douala. 

Sommaire de cette Edition de L'Action

Dimanche prochain, les électeurs français iront aux urnes pour le second tour des élections législatives. 

Qui veut aller loin ménage sa monture. La maxime est connue mais combien l’appliquent effectivement ?

Since the beginning of the civil unrest in the English speaking regions of the country, hardly has a week run out without incidents of violence or buildings being torched reported.

Parents whose children were enrolled in schools in Bamenda fondly called the seat of wisdom during the just ended school year are rethinking their decisions of sending them back come September.

The crises in the North West and South West regions which began in November 2016 despite measures taken by government continue to record spillovers. From calls to boycott public activities to open threats to those who don’t respect ghost towns, extremists have moved their game to perpetrating arson, a disturbing trend. Markets, schools, public buildings as well as private properties have been set ablaze by hoodlums who continue playing a cat and mouse game with forces of law and order. Acts of violence on students have been largely condemned, with peace loving citizens expressing their hate for violence in all its forms. L’Action delves into the worrisome situation, painting the current state of affairs while calling for a return to reason. Read on.