15 November 2017

Liberia: In NEC LP, UP Others Hearing Case - Lawyer Cautions CDC Partisans

Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) acting national vice chairman for legal and governmental affairs, Attorney Phil Tarpeh Dixon has called on partisans of the party to remain calm as the National Election Commission hears complains filed by the Liberty Party, Unity Party and others.

He reminded partisans of the party of the vital role Senator George Weah and members of the party have played over the years in maintaining the peace Liberians are enjoying today.

According to him, the CDC under the leadership of Senator Weah means well for the country and it citizens. The party's acting national vice chairman for legal and governmental affairs made the assertion recently in an exclusive interview with this paper party headquarters in Monrovia. Attorney Dixon further that the CDC is an institution that believes in upholding the rule of law.

He further that every decision that would be emanate from the hearing cases, whether good or bad has to do will the wellbeing of the Liberian people. Attorney Dixon added that those individuals that are playing delay tactics with the election including others that are opting for transition government are individuals that are greedy for power.

He added asserted that power is a way from the people, and not to impose on the citizens. He explained that this is the time for the citizens of Liberia to be given the chance to elect their own President to transform the country for the betterment of all.

Attorney Dixon pointed out that he has voted for Senator Weah five times in all of the elections that have been conducted in the country, noting that if runoff is held he is of a strong conviction that his candidate will emerge as the winner.

"For now, Ambassador Weah is the choice of the Liberian people, and nothing can stop the way of the people.


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