Study on Long-term effects on Political-Administrative Incompetence Dissimulated in the Miner Code in Cameroon
While most of the world’s most powerful countries may brag about their economic, military, socio-political, and, more importantly, strategic capabilities, Cameroon’s situation is completely different. In fact, the primary goal of this study was to demonstrate that while the State of Cameroon should derive its power from extractive wealth, proof of its self-determination has yet to emerge. The mining legislation, which may show this honourable profile in this country specifically, our framework made up of the localities Dompta, Belel, and Belabo, remains unhappily loaded with impertinent in reference to localised population welfare. We also highlight a hypothesis of deliberate lack of inventiveness on the part of its creators As a sociological method, Harold Garfinkel’s ethnomethodology, which takes into account the “co-construction” of social players for a fuller understanding of social by (accountability), has been embraced. The following instruments were used to collect data: Documentary observations, both direct and indirect, have been important for the completion of this project. The findings of this sociological analysis demonstrated that, despite several decades of usage and numerous revisions, 1- this special legal instrument of business has never delivered the intended welfare. 2- Instead, the country is shown as a burden, a dead body.
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Faculty of Mines and Petroleum Industries, University of Maroua, Cameroon.
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