Will George Weah Run for Senate in 2014?
Widespread speculation in Monrovia that George Weah, leader of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change, may contest for a senate seat in the 2014 mid-term election is gaining steam as the party's Secretary General suggests the party "will field its most popular candidate".
George Weah smiling.
Liberia: CDC Fears 2014 By-Elections
The New Dawn, 9 July 2012
Liberia's main opposition party, Congress for Democratic Change is apprehensive about electoral fraud and the lack of transparency, ahead of the 2014 senatorial by- election and... read more »
Liberia: CDC Finished?
The Informer, 9 July 2012
The poor performance of the lead opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) to regain control of District#11 in the past July 3rd By-election for the vacant seat of the late... read more »
Liberia: Bleak Future for CDC, If...
The New Dawn, 17 July 2012
An official of the country's main opposition Congress for Democratic Change or CDC has predicted the prospects of victory for the party in future elections as a "dark hanging... read more »
The New Dawn, 12 June 2012
Congress for Democratic Change or CDC leader former football star George Weah says there is no room in his party to accommodate National Oil Company Chairman, Robert Sirleaf. No... read more »