MINISTRY OF MINES CAMEROON NEWS
The Cemac Commission launched at May 11,2016, in Douala, the economic capital of Cameroon, a study for the elaboration of a single mining code enforceable in the six member-States of this community: Cameroon, Congo, Gabon, Equatorial Guinea, CAR and Chad.
This study carried out with the support of the raw materials capacity-building Project in Central Africa, financed by the German cooperation; is led by a regional group of experts specialised in mining law, in association with experts from the member-States of the Cemac.
According to the Cemac Commission, the study initiated on May 11, 2016, “will help propose, based on the mining laws already in force in the Cemac, a communal mining code project adapted to the challenges of the sub-region and the international standards in terms of transparency, environment protection …”. The final results of this study are expected at the end of this year.