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Anglophone leaders could be release come June 7 by Higher Judicial Council

The case pitting the State of Cameroon against some Anglophone Leaders and others arrested during the uproar of the Anglophone crisis has been adjourned to June 7, 2017, after the trial reopened on Wednesday 24 May at the Military Tribunal in Yaounde.
During Tuesday’s trial, Judges at the Military court deliberated on the provisional freedom of Barrister Agbor Balla and Dr Fontem Neba as requested by defence counsel, and did not argue on the provisional liberation under judicial supervision.
But Judges adjourned the case on June 7, same day members of the Higher Judicial Council shall meet in Yaoundé chaired by the Head of State.
There are possibilities that the Judicial Council could grant amnesty to all those arrested, especially with recent numerous calls for the release of leaders. 
Defence Counsel is not letting any possible chance of release pass-by but maintain that if there should be any release it should include all those arrested during the crisis.
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Anglophone leaders could be release come June 7 by Higher Judicial Council

The case pitting the State of Cameroon against some Anglophone Leaders and others arrested during the uproar of the Anglophone crisis has been adjourned to June 7, 2017, after the trial reopened on Wednesday 24 May at the Military Tribunal in Yaounde.
During Tuesday’s trial, Judges at the Military court deliberated on the provisional freedom of Barrister Agbor Balla and Dr Fontem Neba as requested by defence counsel, and did not argue on the provisional liberation under judicial supervision.
But Judges adjourned the case on June 7, same day members of the Higher Judicial Council shall meet in Yaoundé chaired by the Head of State.
There are possibilities that the Judicial Council could grant amnesty to all those arrested, especially with recent numerous calls for the release of leaders. 
Defence Counsel is not letting any possible chance of release pass-by but maintain that if there should be any release it should include all those arrested during the crisis.
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