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General News of Thursday, 21 March 2013

Source: Cameroon Tribune

Implementation of Presidential Security Reforms Imminent


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President Paul Biya's 16 decrees introducing reforms in the National Security will soon be implemented as the Technical Committee that worked on putting in place the reforms submitted its report to the Delegate General for National Security, Martin Mbarga Nguele at a ceremony in Yaounde yesterday, March 20, 2013.

Chairing the closing ceremony for the technical committee set up on January 25, 2013, Mbarga Nguele said the decrees will start being implemented as soon as the work of the committee is endorsed. The committee members that also included representatives of other government institutions and experts, examined and handled all issues that could lead to erroneous interpretation of the decrees, as well as other problems that could crop up. The work of the committee, he said, will enable the General Delegation for National Security to better manage career profiles of its staff and methodically put in place new institutions or restructured ones.

The Head of State's decrees introducing reforms in National Security concern retirement ages that have changed with Police Constables and Inspectors to henceforth retire at 55 instead of 50, and Assistant Superintendants and Superintendants of Police at 60 instead of 55 years. The President also created a Reference Hospital for the Police in Yaounde and 374 new territorial units of the Police. The Police now have their own reform commission to attend to staff. With the reforms, advancement years have reduced from five to four.

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