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Gov’t Postpones Anglophone Leader’s Trial Again

The trial of the leaders of the outlawed Cameroon Anglophone Civil Society Consortium, has been adjourned to June 29.

The hearing of the case pitting the government of Cameroon against leaders of the ongoing protests in English-speaking Cameroon opened at the Military Tribunal in Yaounde in the morning of June 7.

During the court session, the defence counsel’s application for bail was rejected by the presiding judge. Even the widely acclaimed rumour of the leader’s potential release under judicial supervisor was rejected.

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