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jeudi 01 mai 2008, 20:50
Un Camerounais sans papier s’est suicidé, jeudi, au centre fermé de Merksplas. Ebenizer Folefack Sontsa était âgé de 32 ans. Il s’est suicidé durant une pause, après son repas, dans des toilettes, à l’aide de draps. Il avait été placé en cellule d’isolement dimanche, a-t-on appris auprès de son avocat, Me Alexis Deswaef.

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L’homme avait fait l’objet d’une tentative d’expulsion samedi passé, au cours de laquelle il aurait subi, selon son avocat, des violences. Un policier aurait placé son genou contre le cou du Camerounais. Des traces de violences étaient apparentes, selon l’avocat, sur le cou et les jambes de son client.
Au cours de cette tentative d’expulsion, dans un avion de Brussels Airlines, un passager, Ngajui Fosso, qui devait rentrer à Douala a entendu les cris du Camerounais qu’on allait expulser. Il a alors expliqué à l’hôtesse qu’il ne « pouvait pas voyager dans ces conditions ». D’autres passagers auraient eux aussi protesté. Quelques minutes plus tard, M.
Fosso et deux autres passagers ont été emmenés par des policiers et conduits dans une cellule de l’aéroport. M. Fosso n’a été libéré qu’une dizaine d’heures plus tard. Il est interdit de vol par la compagnie aérienne pendant six mois.
« La première tentative d’expulsion est considérée comme une invitation à partir et il ne devrait pas y avoir usage de la force », a commenté Me Alexis Deswaef. Une seconde tentative d’expulsion était prévue pour lundi. « M. Folefack n’a pas supporté la perspective d’une seconde tentative d’expulsion et a mis fin à ses jours », a expliqué son avocat.
Pour Me Alexis Deswaef, le gouvernement belge est responsable de la mort de son client. « Mercredi matin, les ministres Onkelinx et Milquet ont insisté au sein du Kern pour établir un moratoire sur les expulsions des personnes qui pourraient faire l’objet d’une régularisation selon les critères de l’accord de gouvernement, mais le gouvernement a refusé. M. Folefack avait de réelles perspectives de régularisation », a-t-il déclaré.
M. Folefack était arrivé en Belgique en 2005. Il avait introduit une demande d’asile qui avait été refusée. Selon son avocat, il aurait pu être régularisé sur base du critère de l’ancrage durable ou d’un contrat de travail.
(D’après Belga)
Source: http://www.lesoir.be/actualite/belgique/suicide-au-centre-ferme-de-2008-05-01-595575.shtml

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A CALL FOR URGENT ACTION

Mr Wete Henry Sebastian born on the 07-11-1971 is a Southern Cameroonian and an active member of the SCNC /SCYL Holland Bureau. He was arrested at the Schiphol International Airport some seven years ago and was later granted political asylum in the Netherlands on merits of his case as a refugee fleeing pursecution from the Southern Cameroons.

However, his request for a permanent status as a refugee under the United Nations convention was later denied and for about seven years going, his case has suffered so many rejections and he was later expelled from the asylum centre.

He later moved to The Hague, where he has been living from hand outs from fellow Southern Cameroonians and the Catholic Church.

In 2006, a certain Dutch socio-medical therapist in the name of Arie van der Zwam after a careful study of the case did advise the Dutch immigration department (IND) to reconsider Mr Wete’s application base on his medical problems. The advies even went further to requested an abode for Mr Wete in one of the waiting centres but was never implemented.

Some two , weeks ago, The International Secretariat of the SCYL learnt that Mr. Wete Henry Sebastian has been arrested by the Dutch immigration Police and he is currently on a deportation role.

Mr Wete Henry Sebastian has for the last seven years been an active an contributive member of the SCNC / SCYL Netherlands Branch. His determination to fight the regime in Cameroon has not only been based on his open demonstrations and petitions here in the Netherlands, but has been felt on the many souls and sympathisers he has enlisted for the Southern Cameroons cause.

One such open petitions was the demonstration infront of la Republique’s Consulate in The Hague where names and photos of SCYL /SCNC protesters were secretly sold to the then Consul General Mr. Ateba in which he later forwarded to the foreign ministry, police Delegation and the Gendarmerie Headquaters in Yaounde.

An urgent action and appeal is needed from Southern Cameroonians at Home and in the Diaspora to abort the repatriation of Mr. Wete Henry Sebastian. The Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) and the UN Human Rights Commission, Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International should take note and act immidiately.

Mr Wete Henry Sebastain faces the risk of arrest, torture and eventual detention if he were to be repatriated to La Republique du Cameroun.

Your appeals should be addressed to the Dutch Minister for Immigration. http://www.justitie.nl,

The Secretary General of the House of Representatives of the States General Mr. J.E. Biesheuvel-Vermeijden (e-mail: j.biesheuvel@tweedekamer.nl,

Honourable Jan de Wit of the SP @ 0031703183044-FAX: 0031703183803 or e-mail @ : kamer@sp.nl ,

Lawyer v/d Paslot : +31487512181, Fax +31487516060,

The SCYL International Secretariat: +31621993396
scylinfo@yahoo.co.uk

Your urgent action will make the difference in saving a fellow citizen without a nation, but being forced to accept the nationality of his occupiers.

Representing the Southern Cameroons People
SCYL International Secretary

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Thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007.
Executive Board movement of persons, migration – and alien matter
Asylum and Migration Affairs Division
Telephone number: 070, 348, 5964
01/05/2008 Table of contents
1 introduction
2 Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC)
2.1 What are the SCNC?
2.2 Brief History SCNC
2.3 developments within the SCNC 7,
2.4 memberships
3 position (members of) SCNC
3.1 legal and social statuses
3.2 human rights violations
3.2.1 Freedom of association and meeting
3.2.2 Freedom of opinion expression
3.2.3 Arrests and detentions
3.3 dangers at return 20
List of consulted sources 21
Thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
3 .1 The Introduction in this thematic office bulletin about Cameroon gives the
situation of (members of) the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC) and
described, as far as they are important, for, on the one hand the appraisal of asylum
applications of persons who come from Cameroon and on the other side decisionmaking
concerning return.
1
This thematic office bulletin has been based on information from public and
confidential sources. From the elaboration it has used Information from several
organisations: the United Nations, non-governmental Organisations, profession
literature and reporting in the media.
An overview of the consulted public sources has been incorporated in the literature
list.
Moreover, findings lie on the spot and confidential reports of the Dutch representation
in Cameroon to this thematic office bulletin as basis. In the thematic office bulletin it
is frequently referred to consulted public sources.
Where public sources have been mentioned, the text is in many cases also supported
by information which has been obtained on confidential basis.
In chapter two it has discussed the evolution or history of and or the developments
within the SCNC. A separate paragraph is dedicated to the
Membership of the SCNC.
Chapter three discusses the position of (members of) the SCNC. After a
description of the legal and social status of the SCNC, human rights
Violations come up for discussion towards (members of) the SCNC.
Human rights violations are only described as far as the SCNC-membership
of the people concerned. Finally the dangers are more closely examined for the return
of members of the SCNC.
Thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
4 .2 Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC)
2
2.1 What is the SCNC?
Several sources call the SCNC a political pressure Group.
The SCNC themselves indeed try to strive for a separate Anglophone Cameroon, as
part of Cameroon (the Southern Cameroons). The SCNC do not call themselves
thereby on the right of a political party.
2 the SCNC have the status of registered political movement (see further paragraph
1.3)
2. Back Ground History. SCNC
3 The republic of Cameroon as from 1884 was a protectorate of Germany. After the
First World War, the Protectorate was subdivided, where four fiftieth parts went under
French and one fiftieth part (in the west) under the British governing board. On the
basis of February 1961 under UN-auspices Referendum, British Cameroon (Southern
Cameroons) on 1 October 1961 went to form the Federal Republic of Cameroon.
1 Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU), country Profile 2007 – Cameroon, august 2007,
p. 9;
British ministry of home affairs (home Office), country or Original Information report
– Cameroon, 28 Augusts 2007; US Department of State, country reports on Human
Rights Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6; March 2007; Europe Publications, Africa South
of the Sahara -Cameroon, 2007..2. US Department or State, country reports on
Human Rights Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007; EIU, country Profile 2007 -
Cameroon, august 2007; The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid foundation for
Anglophones articulation or their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad, chairman of1993
All Anglophone conference, AAC, 14-15 April 2003
Europe Publications, Africa South or the Sahara – Cameroon, 2007; UN economic and
Social Council (ECOSOC), The right or peoples to self-determination and its
application to peoples under colonial or lien domination or foreign occupation.
Written statement submitted by the international Federation for the Protection or the
Rights or ethnic, Linguistic and other Minorities, organisation on the roster, E/CN.
4/2005/NGO/253, 8 March.2005th to see http://www.scncforsoutherncameroons.net/thescnc
http://www.unpo.org/member_profile.php?id=59
3 information in this paragraph is from EIU, country Profile particularly
originating 2007 – Cameroon,
August 2007; Home Office, country or Origin Information report -
Cameroon, 28 august 2007; Europe Publications, Africa South or the
3
Sahara – Cameroon, 2007;
E/CN.4/2005/NGO/253; The Herald Cameroon, 1 October SCNC anniversary:
A legitimate objective with irresolute pursuit, 28 – 30 September
2007; IRIN, Secessionist minority Anglophone group silenced, 19
February 2007; http://www.unpo.org/member_profile.php?id=59;
http://www.southerncameroonsig.org for a faster overview of the history of Cameroon, to
see general office bulletins Cameroon of February 2003 And May 2004 thematic
office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
5.1961 join with the republic Cameroon (the former French part, since 1960 gained
independent to form the federal republic Cameroon, with the former French part
known as Eastern State and the Former Southern British Cameroon as a western State.
5 In a national Referendum in 1972, pronounced itself to the Cameroonian population,
therefore including the Anglophone part, in majority for an Entity state. With that the
federal republic changes Cameroon to the United republic of Cameroon, with
Ahmadou Ahidjo as president.
6 Currently Cameroon has approximately 18 million inhabitants.
7 Anglophone Cameroon have now a population number of 4 to 5 millions. Under
they are themselves sentiments. Between 600,000 and 1.5 million are Nigerians.
8 Anglophone-nationalist.
Anglophone-nationalist sentiments and movements developed after the establishment
of the entity state (under a one party scheme).
Particularly in the Anglophone part since the referendum of 1972, dissatisfaction had
arisen concerning the autocratic way in which president Ahidjo governed. Some
Anglophone believed that the appointments and modalities for reunification were not
observed and that this was in their disadvantage.
These sentiments were further encouraged in 1984, when the new president, Paul
Biya9, without a
Referendum changed the name of the country to the republic of Cameroon, the name
of the independent French part in 1960. Anglophone, activists feared Francophone
predominance, as per the French colonial period- dating governing board system and
from that the resulting gullying of the tribes within the western State where sociocultural
authority and traditions forms are still dominating.
4
Most of the Anglophone movements pleaded for return to two states the federation.
This way also acclaimed by human rights activist, Albert Womah Mukong in the
1991.
4 Northern parts of British Cameroon (Northern Cameroons) chose to join itself
with neighbouring country (and former British colony) Nigeria.
5 This western State has been later subdivided administratively in the Provinces
North-West and South-West.
6 In 1961, Ahidjo had been already chosen for president of (Francophone) the
republic Cameroon and became later president of the federation.
7 EIU, country Profile 2007 – Cameroon, august 2007; Central Intelligence Agency
(CIA), The World Facts book – Cameroon, 14 November 2007; by means of
http://www.cia.gov.
8 Estimates of the total number of Nigerians in Cameroon vary of 1.2 up to 3
millions. Approximately half of them are resident in Anglophone Cameroon.
9 At its resign Ahidjo appointed in 1982 the then premier Paul Biya as his successor.
In January 1984 Biya was re-elect, as the only candidate. General office bulletin see
Cameroon, May 2004th Biya meanwhile is 25 years in power. To be current
(according to the law, his last period expires in 2011). EIU, country Profile 2007
-Cameroon, august 2007th thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
6 Set up Cameroon Anglophone Movement (CAM). Dr. Enonchong, let the first
Presidency- CAM, registered as a socio-cultural association, without political
affinities. With this status CAM were able in the beginning of April 1993 to organise
the All Anglophone conference (AAC) in Buéa (South-West). To this meeting were
exponents of the Anglophone elite, traditional LEADERS and members of already
existing Anglophone (splinter)groupings. The aim was to provide contributions to the
dialogue concerning constitutional reforms which-Biya government had announced
and to which a commission had been set up. AAC Gathering resulted in a concept text
with federalism as the main points, addressed in that commission, (the Buéa
Declaration).
During the AAC it was decided to let all other existing and/or future Anglophone
groupings associated under Cam-as head organisation. This seen on the legal status
acquired to himself.
To this end incited by some more radical associations, such as the Free West
Cameroon Movement (FWCM), whose strive is aimed at complete dissidence from la
Republique.
5
10, In principle the return to the former western Cameroon ideology made CAM in
December 1993 officially confessed to pursuing a State, and for talks in a friendly
manner with president-Biya.
However, on this front, no response was received on the side of the government
response was received.
During the Second convened AAC Assembly in 1994, this time in Bamenda (North-
West), agreement were reached concerning the establishment of Anglophone Council,
headed from the CAM by the Anglophone Advisory Committee. The Anglophone
Council got the competence to contract negotiations with Biya’s government. With an
eye mark of the period 1961 – 1972 (the federal governing board structures to be
establish). If it was not satisfied to this within reasonable period, on behalf of the
Southern Cameroons, complete independence would be declared ( The Bamenda
Declaration 1994).The government side stayed away again no response to the said
concept text.
In august 1994 denominations of some agencies were renamed within the CAM: the
AAC became the Southern Cameroons People’s conference (SCPC); the Anglophone
Advisory Committee became the Southern Cameroons Advisory Council (SCAC) and
the Anglophone Council became the Southern Cameroons National Council (SCNC).
Also a motto was introduced: “The force or argument, not the argument or force”.
10 FWCM were, with the Ambazonian Movement (AM), of the first Anglophone
resistance movements. The founder of the AM, Fon Gorji Dinka, pleaded with all
legal remedies “annexation” to fight, with as eye mark the establishment of
independent West-Cameroon, called Ambazonia .Thematic office bulletin Cameroon:
SCNC December 2007.
7In October 1995 the SCNC presented, under the guidance of Sam Ekotang Elad,
Simon Munzu and Carlson Ayangwe, the independence programme for the Southern
Cameroons. At the same time 1 October 1996 appointed as a decision date for the
implementation of the Bamenda Declaration: reaching the complete dissidence from
la republique
11 for the government was the half-measure full. Cam-activities could be no longer
rhymed with the original objectives of the association to which in 1992, a legal status
had been granted. This status was by the government taken away the CAM in October
1995.
6
As a consequence the Anglophone groupings which became associated under Cammother
organisation had spawned themselves and the agencies of the CAM (SCPC,
SCAC and the SCNC) as (sections of) an illegal explained organisation as commented
(to see also paragraph 3.1)
2. Developments within the SCNC:
The disappearance of the mother organisation CAM paved the way to fragmentation.
As a result, the arisen authority gap formed the feeding floor for internal conflicts
between factions, which all strived for power to the leadership within the Anglophone
movement.
The arisen authority gap initially, though partly, was filled up by the Southern
Cameroons Restoration Movement (SCARM), whereas more Activist established
young people itself bladed under the banner of Southern Cameroons Youth League
(SCYL).
12 In contrast to the then moderate SCNC leadership (of Fossung, to see below), both
organisations, to suppress the Scnc-motto, a more violent advocacy from Scylestablishment
came afterwards the Southern Cameroons Defence Force (SOCADEF)
see.13
11 That dissidence has not been reached so far, but each year take place on this date
the independence celebration, which goes paired with demonstrations. _ see
paragraph 3.2. 12 see http://www.scylforfreedom.org.
13 see http://www.scylforfreedom.org. moreover turn out to be itself still the Revolutionary
high Command Council (REHCCO) – according to the Scyl-website be the REHCCO
the
executive committee ‘ of the SCYL – and announce itself the Southern
Cameroons Font or action (SOCAFA), that along the line of SOCADEF wish to
operate.
Other groupings which then were associated under Cam-as main organisation had
spawned themselves, withdrawn itself gradually from the new structure, such as the
Southern Cameroons Democratic Movement (SCDM), the Southern Cameroons
Peoples Organisation (SCAPO) and the Ambazonian Liberation party (ALIP).
Concerning these groupings, just like of SOCADEF and SCARM, present this way
good as nothing it is more learned. According to reports they operate underground.
Thematic office bulletin Cameroon –SCNC December 2007
8 On the basis of the result loved by the SCNC on 1 June 1996 at Buéa during a
general member meeting, the governing board election- Sam Ekotang Elad, Simon
Munzu and Carlson Ayangwe became leaders.
14 the leadership went to Dr. J.N. Foncha, former vice-president of the federal
republic of Cameroon and whereas the moderate Henry Fossung, former ambassador
7
of Cameroon was appointed during the federal period, as national President of the
SCNC, charged with the daily pace of business.
15 in October 1998 withdrew Dr. Foncha for health reasons and transferred its tasks
to Henry Fossung. Because Foncha’s replacement did not become a foreseen, thus
also the role of the SCAC had been actually finished. On the other hand the position
of Fossung had become more prominent, what provoked both within the SCNC
(especially at the more radical sections) envy.
Fossung in his house at Buéa (South-West) Scnc-headquarters was established and
drew, because of its being ailing health, Thomas Nwancham to look after in the
quality of Secretary-General Scnc-business at Bamenda (North-West). With active
input of Nwancham, however without knowledge of Fossung, in April 2000 at
Bamenda, a constituting meeting was convened. During this meeting former judge
Ebong16 was proposed to fulfil the presidency ship of the Southern Cameroons, what
was ratified in the following month. On 20 June 2001 at Bamenda the composition
was declared of the provisional government of the Federal Democratic Republic or
the Southern Cameroons.
17Nwancham were appointed as Secretary-General of this formation, with duty
station as Bamenda. Other participants were Nfor Ngala Nfor, Dr. Martin Luma,
Chief Otun Ayamba, Augustine Ndangam, Hitler Mbinglo and Frida Lotongo. All had
name at earlier stages proven to be radical.
14 This is the first, but time also holds that by means of official and democratic guns
during a members meeting Scnc-board has been chosen.
15 The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid foundation for Anglophones
articulation or their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad, chairman or 1993
All Anglophone conference, AAC, 14-15 April 2003..16 some years for that on
instigations of Ebong, outside knowledge of Scnc-chairman.
Fossung, in the night of 30 on 31 December 1999 ,the staff of radio Buea were taken
hostage by Scnc-activists . By means of Ebong sound link for independence
declaration was transmitted. Sixteen persons, among which Ebong and the then 80
person who were with Chief Otun Ayamba, were briefly afterwards arrested and
detained in Yaoundé. Because of lack of proof they were put by a military tribunal
after 14 months on free feet. The Herald Cameroon, SCNC secessionists: Fred Ebong,
Ayamba, four others freed!, 19-20 March 2001.
17 According to the Internet site http://www.southerncameroonsig.org there still exist a

Southern Cameroons interim government in exile. The Internet site gives however not
say who the members are and the seat of the government. Thematic office bulletin
Cameroon: SCNC December 2007,
9Although Fossung continues to call himself as Scnc-chairman, his authority is as
such from the inside undermined -that is his leading role which gave in a peaceful
8
manner for dialogue to continue with Biya’s government up in the middle of 2002
when Dr. Martin Luma took over Scnc-chairmanship. Five months later, after Luma’s
death (April
2003), appointed the populist Chief Ayamba himself up to national Chairman.18.
The previous years the SCNC have been divided further more. That has resulted to
the presence of a considerable number of factions, each with its own LEADER or
LEADERS, who claim each on behalf of the SCNC.
19 In the current situation are there therefore no talks of a central organisation or
control. The disunion has to do especially with dispute concerning the way and the
tempo in which the aimed at objectives must be reached. These objectives vary
nowadays of dissidence and independence to larger autonomy within one stands. The
majority of the factions support the peaceful approach, already some faction calls to
armed fight. There in these differences between the members from the provinces
North-West and South-West, between moderate and radical members and between the
youngsters exist and the older generation. Also the different LEADERS accuse each
other of financially misappropriation
20 The following factions can be distinguishing at this moment to include:
1. Faction of Chief Ayamba. This faction stands at present as most radical and
populist confessed. President Ayamba is established in Memfe and his vice. Nfor
Ngala Nfor has been de facto charged Vice-President with the daily control. He
travels regular to foreign countries to represent the SCNC in international forums (to
see paragraph 3.1) Vincent Feko is Secretary-General. Hitler Mbinglo and them
Kongsno also belong to the governing board of this faction and its area
representatives in respectively North-West and South-West.
18 The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid foundation for Anglophones articulation
or their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad, chairman or 1993, All Anglophone
conference, AAC, 14-15 April 2003.
19 The faction which thereby is most radical and populistically establishes himself
and as such advertising and profiles itself, become by Scnc-following, but also
frequently the third parties, considered as a LEADER of the SCNC.
20 The Herald Cameroon, 1 October SCNC anniversary: A legitimate objective with
irresolute pursuit, 28 – 30 September 2007; The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid
foundation for Anglophones articulation or their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad,
chairman or 1993 All Anglophone conference, AAC, 14-15 April 2003rd The Herald
Cameroon, The SCNC and its leadership conundrum, 14-15 April 2003..21 to see
among other things The posts, Irate youths seize SCNC office, 15 September 2003rd
thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
21. Faction of former right Frederick Alobwede Ebong. The also radical faction of
Ebong with duty station Lagos, Nigeria.
9
22 Another source however say that Ebong did returned meanwhile to Cameroon.
According to the Article in The posts Ebong (“the proclaimed leader or the Southern
Cameroons”) were themselves in April 2007 still in VS.
23 3. The faction of Henry Fossung, established at Buéa, is proponent of a political
dialogue and peaceful co-existentieco-existentence and co-existential. Fossung sign
still letters as a national President of the SCNC.
4. Faction of Ebenezer Mbongo Akwanga Jr. Akwanga is founder and LEADER of
the radical SCYL.
24 Akwanga is according to several sources (also) president of the Federal
Democratic Republic or the Southern Cameroons, although there no mention
concerning the state in his biography on Scyl-website. According to the same Internet
site and another source, Akwanga lives in the US.
25 Other sources indicate that he, after his escape from the prison in 2003, (to see
himself was paragraph 3.2.3), in exile at Abuja. According to a source Thomas
Nwacham executive Secretary-General is, with duty station Bamenda. The
SCYLwebsite call Lucas Cho Ayaba as a Secretary-General. Benedict Nwana Kuah
as the strategic commander of the SCYL and according to the organogram
responsible for SOCADEF.
The international secretariat, under the guidance of Julius Che, is himself in The
Hague. The motto of the SCYL is: “Total and unconditional independence”. SCYL is
no youth wing of the SCNC on its Internet site expressly to that the SCYL were, are
or ever shall.
26 To different sources give on the other hand to that, the SCYL much component
determines independently of the SCNC, but they in practice need each other to
operate.
5. Faction of Larry Eyongchow. This the so-called Ambazonian faction, has also
established in the US.
6. Faction of Arnold Yombang. Concerning this faction further nothing has been
confessed.
7. Faction of Isaac Oben. Concerning the duty station nothing has been confessed, but
the faction stands confessed as
pro-governing and strives for a federal solution and
dialogue with the government instead of secession.
8. Faction of Achem Joseph Ashu. This faction, with duty station Kumba (South-
West), has revealed themselves in 2007 under the name Southern, Cameroons
Liberation Movement SOCALIM and is according to the faction himself
10
22 The Herald Cameroon, 8 October 2003..23 The post, US SCNC leadership in
crisis?, 16 April 2007..24 to see the Internet site of the SCYL:
http://www.scylforfreedom.org . 25 to see http://www.scylforfreedom.org . 26
See http://www.scylforfreedom.org . Thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December
2007.
11 the substitute of SCNC.
27 Father Andrew Ambeazieh (established in Bamenda) is Secretary-General of this
faction and calls itself (therefore also) Secretary-General of the SCNC.
2.4 Membership because of fragmentation is retrieve and is with difficulty verify who
an effective member is of the SCNC.
First the SCNC has no central administration or a register in which is kept up for
issuing of membership cards. According to a source is that an aware choice, because
one wants no list of names which the police force could use after an interruption.
Secondly the faction signs all membership cards, which show membership of the
SCNC according to its own faction. Official costing membership cards 500 CFA and
must replace these annually for another 500CFA.
28 members pay each an additional 200 CFA per month contribution. According to a
source, membership of the SCNC stands, open, thus, everyone who comes from the
Southern
Cameroons can join. How that source becomes is determined is unknown. THE
SCYLI indicates that also persons with another nationality can become a member
29 differently than the name presumption does, the membership of the SCYL has no
age limit.
30 it known that people are in the possession of both a membership card of the SCNC
and of the SCYL.
Thirdly it is for everyone very simple to obtain a membership card of the SCNC,
because already, membership cards signed and stamped in some cities, particularly in
North-West. On the street, You can also buy them on the streets.
27 For example by the SOCALIM used Internet site see http://www.unttscnc.org . In the
official statements established by this faction is indicated that SOCALIM replace the
11
UNTT/scnc (United Nations trust Territory or the Southern Cameroons National
Council) or SCNC (holds course which official statement is read). See for example
the official statement of 31 October 2007, published on the Internet site, (the link has
been moreover dated on 1 October 2007). This does not correspond to what on the official Internet site of the SCNC http://www.scncforsoutherncameroons.net/thescnc stands.
28 In practice the amount would vary of CFA 3,000 to CFA 10,000 for membership
card.
29 http://www.scylforfreedom.org see link
FAQ.
30 http://www.scylforfreedom.org see link prisoners or freedom. Then persons with ages
stand which to vary between 20 and 50 thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC
December 2007
12 Result is that membership cards differ mutually from each other. This way there,
are white, blue and green membership cards in turn, which carry Scnc-stamps.
mutually each from the other or several.
According to several sources, moneys are paid to obtain affidavits or
recommendation letters which confirm among others Scnc-membership of the
applicant. This concerns members, but certainly also non members and even
expatriate, such as Nigerian are in possession. No control takes place on the applicant
effective membership. That is not possible also because of the lack of registers. Such
letters are written moreover also by third parties, such as lawyers, and supplied.
Moreover also counterfeiting of such letters in turn are common. According to several
sources it occurs that membership cards and/or letters consciously for the support of a
future asylum application are bought.
32 Estimates of the number of active Scnc-members in Cameroon vary between 200
and 3000 persons.
33 These are themselves
students, journalists, lawyers, human rights activists, local
civil servants, but also ordinary citizens. Members are of all ages and also women as
member, but the SCNC exist mainly from older men. Most of the members are in the
larger cities found in Buéa, Kumba, Memfe and Tiko (all located in South-West) and
Bamenda (North-West). The numbers of members have decreased the last years. That
blame would be to continuing fragmentation within the SCNC. Moreover the SCNC
have followers abroad. The Diaspora would be even larger than the SCNC in
Cameroon.
34, in some countries these members establish themselves into local branch of the
SCNC, like in the Netherlands or the US.
12
31 Concerning the governing board members of Ayamba-faction.
32 The Herald Cameroon, 1 October SCNC anniversary: A legitimate objective with -
30 September 2007..
33 on its Internet site gives the SCYL to irresolute pursuit,
28 That they have more than 700,000 members
http://www.scylforfreedom.org see link FAQ.
34 The Herald Cameroon,
1 October SCNC anniversary: A legitimate objective with irresolute
pursuit, 28 – 30 September 2007th thematic office bulletin Cameroon:
SCNC December 2007
13. position (members of) SCNC
14. 3.1 legal and social statuses.
The Cameroonian government says SCNC is striving towards secession of the
Southern Cameroons and is fighting for the territorial integrity of Cameroon using the
law.
35 for this reason the government refuses to register the SCNC as political party and
considers it- the SCNC as an illegal organisation.
36 on account of that limit the government in a number of law (to see paragraph 3.2).
37 typify the SCNC also as a
terrorist organisation’.
38 reason for this the assassination of two soldiers and an officer of the gendarmerie
at gendarmerie barracks in March 1997 (sees paragraph 3.2.3) and the attacking of
Buea-radio station and afterwards had there transmittedindependence declaration in
December 1999 (to see paragraph 2.3).
The SCNC believes that the Southern Cameroons are annexed by the Francophone
part of Cameroon and that the Anglophone population are marginalised by the

13
Francophone government, and particularly in the disproportionate partitioning of
administrative positions.
39 according to a source on law no 35 section 4 of the 1990 laws; it holds that the
freedom of assembly and association is regulated. Stipulate that’ Associations founded
in support of a cause
or in view of a purpose contrary to the Constitution, the law and the public policy, as
well as those who purpose to undermine especially security, the integrity of the
national territory, national unity, national integration or the republican character of the
State shall be null and void. Section 111, paragraph 1 (Secession) of the new sentence
law from 2007 stipulate that “Whoever undertakes in whatever manner to infringe the
territorial integrity or the Republic shall be punished with imprisonment for life”.
36 US Department of State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 -
Cameroon, 6 March 2007..
37 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 -
Cameroon, 6 March 2007.
38 The Herald Cameroon, 1 October SCNC anniversary: A legitimate objective with
irresolute pursuit, 28 – 30 September 2007;
UN Press Release, drawer Commission of the droits the l’homme termine son Débat
sur lesson droits économiques, sociaux et cultural, 31 March 2005..
39 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 -
Cameroon, 6 March 2007; EIU, country Profile 2007 – Cameroon, august 2007;
The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid foundation for Anglophones articulation or
their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad, chairman or 1993 All Anglophone conference,
AAC, 14-15 April 2003;
Europe Publications, Africa South or the Sahara – Cameroon, 2007; UN Economic
and Social Council (ECOSOC), The right or peoples to self-determination and its
application to peoples under colonial or alien domination or foreign occupation.
Written statement submitted by the international Federation for the Protection or the
Rights or Ethnic, Linguistic and other Minorities, a governmental organisation on the
roster, thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
14 perceptible discriminatory differences between francophone and Anglophone at
the granting of high functions within the government. Thus the current government
knows small Anglophone cabinet sides, such as premier Inoni, a pair of Anglophone
governors (from non Anglophone provinces) and Cameroon has just a hand full of
hundreds of Anglophone magistrates and other highly placed within civil and military
14
40 most of the Anglophone dominates nevertheless a feeling elaboration in an isolated
position, specific of marginalisation of the Southern Cameroons.
41 the SCNC themselves by its radical, and dissidence, have manoeuvred within. For
this reason also continuing fragmentation has contributed to its weakness.
42 only few Anglophone supports, passive or actively, the objective and the modus
operandi of current SCNC.
43 The membership of the SCNC and the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples
Organisation was established since 2004 in The Hague (unpo). Nfor Ngala Nfor as
representative of the SCNC attends to meetings of UNPO.
44 the unpo regular as a lawsuit deliveryman of the SCNC within international
forums, such as the UN human rights Commission and his substitute, the UN Human
Rights Commission.
45 also the non-governmental organisation: international Federation for the Protection
or the Rights or Ethnic, Religious, Linguistic and Other Minorities (IFPRERLOM)
tabled the SCNC petitions at the UN .
46 frequently accompany E/CN.4/2005/NGO/253, 8 March 2005th to see also
http://www.scncforsoutherncameroons.net/thescnc
40 see http://www.unpo.org/member_profile.php?id=59 . for the appointment of the two
governors: The post, Enow Abrams back ash governor, 7 December 2007.
41 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices
2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007; EIU, country Profile 2007 – Cameroon, august
2007;
The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid foundation for Anglophones articulation or
their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad, chairman or 1993 All Anglophone conference,
AAC, 14-15 April 2003;
http://www.southerncameroonsig.org . 42 EIU, country Profile 2007 – Cameroon, august
2007;
The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the solid foundation for Anglophones articulation or
their grievances – Sam Ekontang Elad, chairman or 1993 All Anglophone conference,
AAC, 14-15 April 2003.
15
43 The objects of Ayamba-faction and of the SCYL, two of the most radical and
proactive factions which come regulated in the news, as dissidence, whereas
according to a source the majority of the inhabitants of the province South-West sees
the solution in a10 states federation and the majority of the inhabitants of North-West
sees the solution in 2 states federation. See also The Herald Cameroon, ACC laid the
solid foundation for Anglophones articulation or their grievances – Sam Ekontang
Elad, chairman or 1993 All Anglophone conference, AAC, 14-15 April 2003..44 to
see http://www.unpo.com. 45 see http://www.unpo.com. The posts, NGO petitions on human
rights violation case, 31 March 2007;
The post, unpo appeals for speedy trial or SCNC detainees, 14 September 2007..
46 UN General Assembly (GA), Implementation or general assembly resolution
60/251 or 15 March 2006 entitled “Human Rights Council”. Written statement
submitted by the international Federation for the Protection or the Rights or Ethnic,
Linguistic and other Minorities, a governmental organisation on the roster, A/HRC/4/
NGO/132, 8 March thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
15 Nfor Ngala Nfor says these organisations and himself on behalf of IFPRERLOM
the would will have even conducted a meeting of the UN Human Rights Commission.
47 it has been confessed or and if so, how, the complaint lodged in 2004, has been
completed at the human rights Commission or the organisation of African Unity
(meanwhile African Union). Something has not been confessed concerning the state
of the art concerning the submitted petitions at UN.
48.
3.2 Human Rights Situation
49 in general sense the government up to approximately 2004/2005, has gone without
maintaining a certainty of human rights principles, rapidly she has acted against
members of the SCNC, during their annual independence celebration on 1 October
each year. Several sources give however that last years the government policy in a
positive sense has changed. In the following paragraphs it will be more closely
discussed.
3.2.1 Freedom of association and meeting
The law on freedom of association and meeting. In practice this freedom is sometimes
limited. Public meetings and demonstrations must be legally in advance presented at
the competent government agency, but it is not legally oblige in advance. However, in
practice competent civil servants put that the government must grant a licence to for
(the organisation) for public meetings. To restrain persons or organisations which
stand critical in respect to the government 2007;, Implementation or general assembly
resolution 60/251 or 15 GO March 2006 entitled “Human Rights Council”. Written
16
statement submitted by the international Federation for the Protection or the Rights or
Ethnic, Linguistic and other Minorities, a governmental organisation on the roster,
A/HRC/1/NGO/43, 28 June 2006; E/CN.4/2005/NGO/253; The post, NGO cap
47 The post, NGO petitions on human rights violation case, 31 March 2007; UN Press
Release, drawer Commission of the droits the l’homme termine son débat sur lesson
droits économiques, sociaux et cultural, 31 March 2005..
48 see also general office bulletin Cameroon, May 2004..49 for the vision of the
Cameroonian government on the general situation in Cameroon in 2006, with respect
to a number of human rights, sees report by the ministry if Justice on Human Rights
in Cameroon in 2006, October 2007. The ministry does not discuss in this specific the
situation of members of the SCNC, with exception of the situation of the prisoners
who have been stuck since 1999 for the assassination on a pair of soldiers and an
officer of the gendarmerie. Paragraph 3.2.3rd sees thematic office bulletin Cameroon:
SCNC December 2007. 16 licenses granted for organising meetings.
50 security services uses regular, sometimes on outside-proportional manner, of
violence at breaking up demonstrations or public gatherings.
51 because of the objective of dissidence, demonstrations and public meetings of the
SCNC are prohibited and for the events in run-up to and around the annual
Independence celebration. On 1 October are also granted no licenses. According to
several sources it is for the SCNC in practice however Possible in small-scale and
decides to hold meetings. This usually provoke government agencies to intervene
According to these sources, just the use of violence, disturbing public order public
and/or gathering is a provocation to the government agencies. In the previous years
unlawful meetings have been prevented by security services (police force,
gendarmerie) or have been interrupted. Thereby Scnc-members (sometimes
preventively) were arrested and detained
3.2.2 Freedom of opinion and expression is provided in the constitution. That right is
not always respected in practice. Individuals and journalists can criticise both publicly
and privately the government, but a certain degree of itself is censured and rather
discretely applied.
53 like the law (and the Government) against public discussion, or promotion of
secession.
54 as result members/partisans of the SCNC in their freedom of opinion expression
are curtailed. Singing the National hymn of the Southern Cameroons in the presence
of the authorities or hoisting the flag of the Southern Cameroons is considered as
provocative behaviour and therefore has not been permitted.
Independent Cameroonian newspapers: The however always post, The Herald and Le
Messager, have been possible publications concerning the SCNC. It falls on that the
last two years the attention to the SCNC in Anglophone newspapers strongly has
diminished (appear there much less Article) and at francophone newspapers seems to
have disappeared. According to several sources is that
17
50 US Department or State,
Country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6 March
2007…
51 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights
Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007; EIU, country report Cameroon,
November 2007..
52 US Department or State, country reports on Human
Rights Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007..
53 US Department or
State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6
March 2007; Freedom house, Freedom in the World – Cameroon (2007),
July 2007.
54 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 -
Cameroon, 6 March 2007th thematic report
17 characterising for the situation: (fragmented) the SCNC are no longer taken
seriously and be reported what still can, old news are.
In Cameroon it possible to payment editorial and get Articles published. The
possibilities for that purpose depend on the amount which is ordered and the
willingness of the end editor on duty who adopts the Article for publication. At
several sources the strong presumption that certain Article which exists is written to
support future asylum applications. Persons publish their name, in combination with
their sympathy for the SCNC, in the newspaper.
3.2.3 Arrests and detentions: The constitution states that random arrests and
detentions are prohibited. Additionally, the law prescribes that for an arrest, an arrest
warrant is necessary, unless a suspect is red-handedly caught. The present sentence
law prescribes meanwhile that suspects must within a period of 24 hours (that three
times can be extended) must be taken before brought before a prosecutor. In practice
on the other hand most of them were arrested during unlawful meetings and
demonstrations, particularly in run-up to and around the independence celebration of
1 October. Also a number of persons because of hoisting the flag of the Southern
Cameroons were arrested. Most of the detainees were released after some hours,
others longer (sometimes some days) and without formal charge.
56 newspaper bulletins burst out to make up that in the previous years were regulated
the same persons of the SCNC are arrested. This is generally the (BOARD-) members
of the more radical and itself establishing faction of Ayamba, provocative in the eyes
of the authorities, or the radical SCYL.
55 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 -
Cameroon, 6 March 2007. Random arrests and detentions were regulated and stay of
persons shorter or longer term in police force were warranted or prisons without
Crime.
55 just like in previous years during 2006 at several occasions more than hundred
Scnc-members/partisans have been arrested there after have been detained.
56 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices
18
2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007; Amnesty international, report 2007 -
Cameroon, 2007; Freedom house, Freedom in the World – Cameroon (2007),
July 2007th thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007.
18
During 2006 approximately 70 Scnc-leaders, – members and – Partisans were
preventively arrested.
57 confirm to superior sources that stipulated the security services persons in run-up
to 1 October preventively arrest (to see also below). This concerns notorious trouble
makers, frequently according to them belonging to Ayamba-faction. These members
are frequently also subject of searches and police interrogation.
58 according to some sources. it happens that (nowadays) routinely these members
are maltreated. According to several sources the government in 2007, as a result of
continuing fragmentation and the bought over of some number of members has seen a
new and milder policy towards the SCNC. The same sources give that there in 2007
much less arrests took place (in sum approximately 35) and that there were of less
confrontations between the authorities and (members of) the SCNC than in previous
years. Also the independence celebration went in 2007,
Some persons are in run-up to and on 1 October (preventively) and at some people
searched.
59 the detainees are arrested a couple Days earlier and later released.
By the end of January 2007 it appeared in the bulletins that on 20 January
2007 in Bamenda
Scnc-top and the 300 other persons in a violent manner were
arrested and detained as a result of Ayamba-faction’gathering.
60 the meeting organised on that day had been organised without formal authorisation
of the authorities. After an inflammatory speech by Nfor Ngala Nfor the gendarmerie
intervened Arrest set limits in the first place to the organizers of the conference, Nfor
Ngala Nfor and Hitler Mbinglo, because of an illegal an unlawful meeting, as well as
up to ten other members who itself in the eyes of the gendarmerie had established
some provocation, such as Kongsno who song the National hymn
of the Southern Cameroons had started. The gendarmerie released later the remaining
people present (listeners’ and journalists). For sympathy about thirty also offered
themselves for arrest. An additional group of approximately 50 persons broke down
afterwards on foot to the brigade of the gendarmerie to let them be arrested there.
61 57 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices 2006 -
Cameroon, 6 March 2007..58 US Department or State, country reports on Human
Rights Practices 2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007.
59 The post, 5 SCNC activist arrested on October 1,.11 October 2007..
60 unpo, Southern Cameroons, mass judgment, 21 January 2007..
19
61 The, Troops conference, judgment Nfor Nfor, 40 others, 22 January 2007 post
storm SCNC; IRIN, Secessionist minority Anglophone group silenced, 19 February
2007th thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
19 according to sources were excessively of violence during the day no talk; however,
an activist has incurred applaud then he itself physical against its arrest verzette.62
30 The ` voluntary detainees were still released the same day. The others have been
stuck largely one and a half month, without formal charge, but on guarantor excursion
have been later released. This formed for Nfor Ngala Nfor moreover no obstruction to
travel afterwards to the foreign country. After several hearings have been postponed,
came the matter eventually in December 2007 for the meeting. For lack of proof the
judge considered laid fact (“publicly beginning/recall to dissidence during on 20
January 2007 an obliged press conference”) to the conclusion did not prove,
Whereupon all suspected became freed.
63 Amnesty international the Netherlands keeps in association with action network
human rights central Africa a file concerning Anglophone prisoners in Cameroon.
64This file concerns the eighteen persons who have been in 1999, (two years after
their arrest) by a military tribunal pronounced guilty to the assassination on two
soldiers and an officer of the gendarmerie at the attacking of five gendarmerie post in
the night of 27 and 28 March 1997. Eight of these prisoners have been meanwhile
released (the last four in the summer of 2007), four prisoners in detention have died
(from sickness, but also to torment) and one prisoner (Scyl-leader Akwanga) has
escaped in 2003. Five prisoners are themselves therefore at this moment still in the
prison at Bamenda.
65 Amnesty international are worried particularly concerning the dishonest process
which they have had and the bad living conditions in the prison. This last care is
moreover shared by a lot of sources, among which the government.
66. The situation in the prisons in Cameroon is generally terrible bad. They are overpopulated
(especially because of the large number of prisoners that awaits trial),
unhygienic and poor conditions.
62 The post, Troops storm SCNC conference, judgment Nfor Nfor, 40 others, 22
January 2007;
IRIN, Secessionist minority Anglophone group silenced, 19 February
2007.
63 unpo, Southern Cameroons: charges dropped, 12 December 2007;
The Herald, 17-18 December 2007; IRIN, Secessionist minority
Anglophone group silenced, 19 February 2007;
The post, unpo appeals for speedy trial or SCNC detainees, 14
September 2007;
Unpo, Judge missing from own court, 20 November 2007. Mails dated 18 and 19
December 2007..
20
64 Amnesty international in association with action network human rights central
Africa, file: English-speaking person prisoners in Cameroon, action traffic-jam 65/98,
October 2007, by means of http://www.amnesty.n l to http://www.cafran.nl.
65 in May 2006 the concerning prisoners have been transferred from the Central
prison in Yaoundé to the central prison in Bamenda.
66 Cameroonian Ministry of Justice, report, see the ministry of
Justice on Human Rights in Cameroon in 2006, October 2007, p. 188 and
192 e.v. thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007 20 inadequately
with regard to housing, feeding and medical care. Moreover come form in the prisons
of torment and other one physical violence voor.67
3.3 dangers at return
There are no indications that obliged or voluntarily returning Cameroonians are
disturbed, including ex-asylum seekers and/or Scnc-members, by the Cameroonian
authorities. People concerned run the risk on arrest if their names are on the alarm list
of suspects before escape on indictable offences. In itself requesting asylum abroad is
not illegal and gives at return in principle no occasion for reprisals or arrest on the
side of the government. If it is doubted as to the identity of the person, the checking
sometimes can last days, where they can be held.
67 US Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices
2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007; Amnesty international, report 2007 -
Cameroon, 2007; Freedom house, Freedom in the World – Cameroon (2007),
July 2007; IRIN, Rights group deplore prison conditions, 13 April
2007th thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
21 List of consulted sources Amnesty international, report 2007 – Cameroon, 2007
Amnesty international in association with action network human rights central Africa,
file: English-speaking person prisoners in Cameroon, action traffic-jam 65/98,
October 2007 British ministry of home affairs (home Office), country of Origin
Information report – Cameroon, 28 august 2007 Central Intelligence Agency (CIA),
The World Fact book – Cameroon, 14 November 2007 economist Intelligence Unit
(EIU), · country Profile 2007 – Cameroon, august 2007 · country report Cameroon,
November 2007
Europe Publications, Africa South or the Sahara – Cameroon, 2007
Freedom house, Freedom in the World – Cameroon (2007), July 2007
Cameroonian Ministry of Justice, report by the ministry or Justice on
Human Rights in Cameroon in 2006, October 2007 United Nations Economic and
Social Council (ECOSOC), the right or peoples to self-determination and its
application to peoples under colonial or alien domination or foreign occupation.
Written statement submitted by the international Federation for the Protection or the
Rights or Ethnic, Linguistic and other Minorities, a governmental organisation on the
roster, E/CN.4/2005/NGO/253, 8 March 2005 United Nations General Assembly
(GA),
Implementation or general assembly resolution 60/251 or 15 March 2006 entitled
“Human Rights Council”. Written statement submitted by the international Federation
21
for the Protection or the Rights or Ethnic, Linguistic and other Minorities, a
governmental organisation on the roster, A/HRC/4/NGO/132, 8 March 2007
· Implementation or general assembly resolution 60/251 or 15 March 2006 entitled
“Human Rights Council”. Written statement submitted by the international Federation
for the Protection or the Rights or Ethnic, Linguistic and other Minorities, a
governmental organisation on the roster, A/HRC/1/NGO/43, 28 June 2006 thematic
office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007
22 U.S. Department or State, country reports on Human Rights Practices
2006 – Cameroon, 6 March 2007 illustrated magazine Article, newspaper
Article and press bulletins from/of
– Integrated Regional Information Network (IRIN)
– The Herald Cameroon
– The post Cameroon
– Volkskrant Internet sites
http://www.allafrica.com/
http://www.amnesty.nl/
http://www.amnesty.org/
http://www.cafran.nl/
http://www.cia.gov/
http://www.europaworld.com/
http://www.postnewsline.com/
http://www.reliefweb.org/
http://www.scncforsoutherncameroons.net/
http://www.scylforfreedom.org/
http://www.sdfparty.org/
http://www.southerncameroonsig.org/
http://www.unpo.org/
http://www.unttscnc.org/
Thematic office bulletin Cameroon: SCNC December 2007, 23
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