1. bonga alain
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    Homosexsuality is condamned by Cameroon laws, same as double citizenship and so many things. The UN which has demonstrated being controled by few countries that consider theirself has more educated and civilised, has became a new tool to impose society orientation to other countries – mostly poor country!
    UN should not and must never get involve in this issues. If it still a problem in Cameroon, it simply means that the country, the people of cameroon aren’t ready to understand, tolerate and accept homosexsuality. i don’t say homosexuality never existed in those country before. it did. But it is not yet at the level of being a public affair. The people of those countries are not ready for that.

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