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Published on August 03, 2015
Also available in: French
The Phase 1 review of Cameroon finds that the legal and regulatory framework for the availability of information is in place. Cameroon has sufficient powers to access information for both domestic and exchange of information purposes and the right balance has been struck between rights and safeguards and accessing information. At present, Cameroon’s network of information exchange mechanisms covers 79 jurisdictions and Cameroon is continuing to negotiate further agreements. Cameroon’s response to the recommendations in this report, as well as the application of the legal framework to the practices of its competent authority will be considered in detail in the Phase 2 Peer Review of Cameroon which is scheduled for the third quarter of 2015. For further information on the exchange of information practice of Cameroon and to read the full report click here.