Cameroun - Enseignement supérieur: L’ENAM recrute des enseignants pour les étudiants anglophones

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Lebialem   52017-10-13 10:43
#1
N'importe quoi, le titre de votre article. Il est clanique et clivant alors que le gouvernement cherche des solutions pour l'unité du pays. Il ne s'agit pas des étudiants anglophones, ni des enseignant anglophones, mais des étudiants qui s'intéressent à la Common Law et des enseignants s'exprimant en anglais, voire en Français aussi. Il faut éviter le pige de la distinction. Tout étudiant peut être intéressé à la fois par la Common Law et le code Français
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Blizzard    72017-10-13 04:42
#2
The french administration is backwards. It’s slow and does nothing less than promote corruption and embezzlement.

What could someone learn in just 2 years? What amount of knowledge could be embedded in a student’s mind, and therefore define his/her readiness to occupy a public office? Obviously not enough, in that amount of time.

This is the kind of school that biya attended in France, and it’s a testament of the shoddy job he accounts for.

Anglophones should keep out of that school, for its philosophy carries out the french heritage.
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Bih   102017-10-13 03:52
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This ENAM is a cancer that will ensure Cameroon is destroyed for good.
Is the admission to ENAM by merit or by bribery? We have seen the list.
Are the graduates agents of development or agents of corruption?
West Cameroon before 1961 had judges in courts who did no go to ENAM and life was very okay.
Why did the French created ENAM in East Cameroon?
ENAM was suppose to train black administrators who will think like the French to maintain their brutality and corruption over the territory and resources of East Cameroon and guess what! They succeeded.
What has ENAM done to improve Cameroon besides advance the agenda of corruption?
We are calling for a De- Francophonization of Cameroon. Your assimilation agenda has failed and has been rejected in the minds of West Cameroonians.
We want a Federal, truly bilingual, bicultural, bijural Cameroon.
In the 21st Century you the government can’t convince anyone including Francophones that making Cameroon 100% French Colony is a good thing for Cameroon.
Change must come!
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Wisdom   102017-10-13 00:53
#4
Thanks Gamob

65% of the corruption causing hardship and underdevelopment in LRC & Southern Kamerun for the past 35 years are the BY-PRODUCT OF ENAM. if the future government of LRC adopt federation that ENAM shall be closed, as Gamob put it, ENAM graduate don't know how create wealth or add value , they are train to maintain statu-quo , if LRC want to emerge as Nation one of the solution is to abolish ENAM.
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Gamob   192017-10-13 00:15
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Another curiosity that the francophones have is what is School of Administration(ENAM). After obtaining a degree , you spend 2 years in ENAM and you've become an Administrator. The art of efficiently running an organization or managing persons cannot be learned in a class room. An adminstrator is one who who has become adept at managing situations of conflict. You become an adminstrator on the ground, assesing situations, resolving disputes acting proactively to solve problems. That is why in anglosaxon political systems , there is no Prefet or sous prefet. The town or city is managed by an elected Mayor who is answerable to the people. He owes no allegiance to the President. The root cause of all evils in Cameroon today are the so called "Adminstrateurs Civils". They are parasites feeding on the people. It is they who call in the gendarmes or police to shoot and kill. They are not reponsible to the people but owe their allegiance to the President who can appoint or dismiss them. They are the persons who rig elections. And that is why Biya will never accept even decentralization. If power in the comunity changes hands from Prefet to elected Mayor, Biya will not be able to rig elections anymore.
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Moh Manyu   112017-10-12 23:56
#6
The University of Buea has got a Law Faculty back from 1993 til now!
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Wisdom   122017-10-12 21:43
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LRC IS BENT ON ASSIMILATING SOUTHERN kAKERUN, IF NOT WHAT DO THEY MEAN BY TRAINING A JUGE(MAGISTRATE) DID THEY CONSULT THE ELAD, AYAH PAUL,SAMA, MUNAS ETC TO KNOW WHAT IT MEANS TO BE A JUGE IN A COMMON LAW JURISDICTION AND WHAT ARE OUR 'ELITES' BOTH CPDM AND OPPOSITION DOING TO STOP THIS STUPIDITY.
I KEEP SAYING IT ANY SOUTHERN KAMERUNIAN BELIEVING LRC SHALL ALLOW US FUNCTION IN A UNION AS EQUAL IS DREAMING, THE SOLUTION IS RESTORATION .

ALL THE SOLUTION PUT FORWARD BY LRC IN THIS CRISIS IS WHAT I CALL PAIN KILLER AND NOT ANTIBIOTIC TO SOLVE THE ROOTS CAUSE OF THE PROBLEM. IF WE ACCEPT THIS PAIN KILLER SOLUTION, WE ARE SIMPLY TRANSFERING THE PROBLEM TO OUR CHILDREN DOWN THE ROAD WITHIN TWENTY YEARS FROM TODAY
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Mengap   132017-10-12 21:34
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Et puis je me demande comment vont-ils résoudre le problème anglophones dont ils nient "officiellement" l'existence ? En plus on m'a toujours dit qu'il fallait le concours de toutes les parties "officiellement" également pour venir à bout d'un problème non..?
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Mengap   192017-10-12 21:30
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Ceux qui doutaient encore de la marginalisation des anglophones sont servis !
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FirstOctober1961   152017-10-12 20:31
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@Otric NGON

".......... la programmation de l’enseignement du droit public dans les Universités de Buéa et de Bamenda, pour tenir compte de ce que la Common Law ignore la distinction droit privé/droit public."

Otric NGON please stop disseminating wrong information. In a Common Law legal system there is a distinction between public and private law.
Public law deals with issues that affect the general public or state ( society as a whole). Some of the laws that its wide scope covers are: Administrative law, Criminal Laws, Constitutional Laws, Municipal Laws and International Laws.

Private law on the other hand affects the rights and obligations of individuals, families, businesses and small groups and exists to assist citizens in disputes that involve private matters. Its scope is more specific than public law and covers:
Contract law, Tort Law, Property law, Succession Law and Family Law.
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FirstOctober1961   192017-10-12 19:58
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@Gamob

"I really dont understand how you can train someone to become a Magistrate in 2 years at ENAM."

They are simply going to translate their Civil Law/Napoleonic Code into English and then claim it is the Common Law legal system. Their subterfuge is so transparent that nobody will be fooled.
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Maguida   262017-10-12 19:56
#12
pourquoi toutes ces mesures (ou plutot mesurettes) alors qu'il n y a pas de probleme anglophone au Cameroun.
Lorsque vous aurez epuisez vos mesuretets et que la situation n aura pas changé alors vous vous resoudrez au federalisme
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FirstOctober196113    132017-10-12 19:46
#13
Your reforms are a little bit too late.
Does it have to take more than 50 years for La Republique to recognize the bijural, bilingual and bicultural nature of Cameroon?
Your reforms are like putting new wine in old wineskins and putting a new patch on an old garment.
Your belated reforms will not change the situation on the ground for Southern Cameroons has restored her independence and The Federal Republic Of Ambazonia a.k.a. Ambaland has risen to fall no more.
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Wisdom   142017-10-12 19:44
#14
THanks very Gamob,
when we say the government has not given any solution to the problem raised by Anglophones, some people out of Ignorance(Francophones) and others out of dishonesty (some Anglophones/ francophones) are trying by all means to say solution have been provided , Gamob You gave a very good example, Worldwide in all Common Jurisdiction there is no school to train JUGES(Magistrate) Please i hope many read you ARTICLE and stop telling lies . the government has done what a student will do in AN exam whe he does no the answer to a Question by simple setting his own Question and answering it to avoid having a blanc paper but still score a zero.

''in the Common law system there is no such thing as a school of magistracy. Magistrates are recruited from among experienced lawyers. And the recruitment is often done by a commision made up of old and seasoned lawyers. The comission looks into the character , and achievements of the applicants and decide who is fit to become a magistrate or a judge. If we had the common law system in Cameroon, lawyers like Elad, Sendze, Kisob would have been selected as High Court judges. They cannot be fired by the President would therefore be completely independent of executive. Their main role would be to check the excesses of government officials.
I really dont understand how you can train someone to become a Magistrate in 2 years at ENAM.''
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Rosy   292017-10-12 19:04
#15
Le CREATEUR et ses CREATURES ont le feu des ANGLOS aux fesses. AIE ça brule.
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Gamob   322017-10-12 18:59
#16
Gentlemen,
in the Common law system there is no such thing as a school of magistracy. Magistrates are recruited from among experienced lawyers. And the recruitment is often done by a commision made up of old and seasoned lawyers. The comission looks into the character , and achievements of the applicants and decide who is fit to become a magistrate or a judge. If we had the common law system in Cameroon, lawyers like Elad, Sendze, Kisob would have been selected as High Court judges. They cannot be fired by the President would therefore be completely independent of executive. Their main role would be to check the excesses of government officials.
I really dont understand how you can train someone to become a Magistrate in 2 years at ENAM.
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CesarII    222017-10-12 18:33
#17
Ils vont créer leur propre Enam à buea et recruter selon leur propres critere
C est trop tard et ne trompe plus personne
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Protus   252017-10-12 18:29
#18
So if there is no anglophone problem why are all these things being done to placate anglophones. Atanga Nji and other LRC apologists like Man Tara , can u respond please. Thanks
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Johnpapapapa   252017-10-12 18:13
#19
52 years too late
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Messassi    342017-10-12 18:09
#20
Donc depuis là il n’y avait pas suffisamment d’enseignants d’anglophones hein? Et tam-tam Paul Biya nous dit qu’il n’y a jamais eu de problème anglophone au Cameroun? C’est trop tard maintenant... Votre petit saupoudrage là ne marchera pas.
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Ecole nationale d'Administration et de magistrature (ENAM) Archives
En vue du renforcement de son réseau de formateurs et en vue de la mise en œuvre du programme de formation à la section Common Law Division de la Magistrature et des Greffes, la Direction générale de l’ENAM lance un appel à manifestation d’intérêt pour le recrutement d’enseignements vacataires pour l’année académique 2017-2018.

Ces postes sont réservés aux Camerounais ou étrangers résidants au Cameroun, et concernent les magistrats, les avocats, les administrateurs des greffes, les huissiers de justice, les notaires, les experts comptables, les juristes d’entreprise, les enseignants d’universités et les hauts fonctionnaires de catégorie A désireux d’intégrer ou d’être reconduits dans les effectifs des enseignants vacataires formateurs de l’ENAM et remplissant les conditions requises.

Ces derniers devront dispenser les enseignements dans les matières de spécialité relevant du droit non encore harmonisé comme: Civil Court Pratice; Law of Evidence; Probate proceedings. Et aussi, les matières de spécialité relevant du droit harmonisé, les matières d’appui aux techniques professionnelles. Les manifestations d’intérêt doivent parvenir à l’ENAM au plus tard le 10 novembre 2017. Un candidat ne peut postuler que pour trois matières au plus.

L’ouverture d’une section Common Law au sein de la division de la Magistrature et des Greffes de l’ENAM est l’une des solutions du Président de la République, Paul Biya, aux revendications des avocats anglophones. Tout comme l’intégration d’une section de la Section de la Common Law à la Cour Suprême, le recensement des Magistrats d’expression anglaise en vue d’augmenter les effectifs des Magistrats anglophones au sein de la Haute Juridiction.

De même, Paul Biya a ordonné, en mars 2017, la création d’une Faculté des Sciences juridiques et politiques à l’Université de Buéa. Le ministre de l’Enseignement supérieur a été instruit de préparer les textes y afférant la création des Départements de English Law dans les Universités de Douala, Maroua, Ngaoundéré et Dschang, à l’image de celui qui existe déjà à l’Université de Yaoundé II à Soa et la programmation de l’enseignement du droit public dans les Universités de Buéa et de Bamenda, pour tenir compte de ce que la Common Law ignore la distinction droit privé/droit public.

Auteur:
Otric NGON
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