Liberia: Opposition CPP Alliance Backpedals On Discriminatory Jobs' Clause

press release

Monrovia — Following the official signing ceremony of the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) Framework Document, which was done in a virtual ceremony via Zoom, we have received via social media and in the press several feedbacks on the document.

The CPP's framework document had several versions leading up to the final version that was signed by the chairpersons and political leaders/standard bearers of the constituent parties during last week's signing ceremony. One of these versions and not the final one was unfortunately released.

However, the CPP truly appreciates the healthy reactions, recommendations and suggestions from the public to even this unofficial version as this clearly indicates that the Liberian people are concerned and care deeply for the forward march of their country.

The CPP assures the Liberian people that the JPEG version of the signed and initialed document that will be submitted to National Elections Commission will be officially released to the public.

The CPP also assures Liberians far and near that it will never endorse any document or law that will seek to discriminate against other Liberians nor will it engage into acts that will discriminate against anyone in and out of Liberia.

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