The protest is under the banner, “safe the state”.
According to Liberty Part’s Vice-Chair for Political Affairs, Darius Dillion, the assembly is geared towards petitioning the George Weah Government and development partners on the alleged “bad governance under the CDC Led Administration” the country is faced with under the CDC Led Administration.
He clarified that the June 7 protest will not be a call for the resignation of President George Weah but rather a call for positive reforms in the governing system of the country.
Addressing a news Conference in Monrovia, Liberty Party’s Vice Chair for Political Affairs, Darius Dillon noted that Liberia deserves a good leadership that will bring forth the expected fruition.
Meanwhile, the “Council of Patriots” says it is committed to upholding the value of the constitution and rule of law while pursuing their quest.
in their Press statement, the group said they have written international bodies to include ECOWAS, EU, US Embassy in Liberia among others as signified approach to their protest
Dillon however called on supporters to see the planned June 7 march as a gateway to Liberia’s positive transformation and not vice-versa.
At the same time, Montserrado County District #10 Representative Yekeh Kolubah says he remains devoted to his refusal to attend earlier call made by the Ministry of Justice.
The District #10 lawmaker emphasized his involvement in the June 7 Protest as key for the forward match of the country.
Representative Kolubah is among those fighting against alleged bad governance practices demonstrated by the Weah led Government since its inception to power.p