Anglophone crisis: Human Rights Watch tells Britain ‘practice what you preach’

International rights group, Human Rights Watch (HRW) has charged Britain to put into practice the same lessons it’s giving Cameroon on the Anglophone crisis.

This was after the suspension of British parliament by it’s government, an action many said was meant to avoid accountability ahead of it’s expected separation from the European Union, EU without a deal.

Just like in Cameroon HRW notes, Britain’s”own reputation on rights is being challenged by voices in the Commonwealth, the UK needs to apply at home the standards it rightly calls on other countries to respect. “

“Unless the UK government starts to practice what it preaches, those words will ring hollow” it adds.
Britain it should be recalled is one of many countries that has called on the Cameroon government to use dialogue to solbe the raging conflict in the English speaking regions of Cameroon that has so far claimed several lives.

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