Dispositions linguistiques de la Constitution camerounaise

Article 1

3) The official languages of the, Republic of Cameroon shall be English and French, both languages having the same status. 

The State shall guarantee the promotion of bilingualism throughout the country. 

It shall endeavour to protect and promote national languages.

Article 31

1) The President of the Republic shall enact laws passed by Parliament within 15 (fifteen) days of their being forwarded to him unless he requests a second reading or refers the matter to the Constitutional Council.

2) Upon the expiry of this deadline, and after establishing the failure of the President of the Republic to act, the President of the National Assembly may himself enact the law. 

3) Laws shall be published in the Official Gazette of the Republic in English and French. 

Article 69

This law shall be registered and published in the Official Gazette of the Republic of Cameroon in English and French and implemented as the Constitution of the Republic of Cameroon.

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