Reduce The Noise In The Country, FLY President Urges Lawmakers

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In the wake of the political differences as well as heated political debates at the level of the Liberian Senate and the Country at large, The Federation of Liberian Youth (FLY) has called on the elders of the land (Senators) to do the honorable thing by reducing the noise currently ongoing in the Country.

“The Elders of our Land should now demonstrate maturity and do more in doors discussions rather than what is happening in the society”, the young people boss, Amos Williams told our reporter.

According to him the current political debate is now affecting all sectors of the Country and it is not healthy for the democratic process of Liberia.

“The Current noise has the propensity to serve as a blockade to ongoing progress in the Land as well as distraction including slowing down some key development activities of the government and its people as such there is a need for the elders to arrest the situation now”, he added.

Mr. Williams at the same time called on the Traditional Council and other key stakeholders to see the need to intervene in the matter for the benefit of the nation and its people.

He told our reporter Monday in an exclusive interview that the situation if not addressed properly and in a timely manner and form has the ability to undermine the decision of the people in future elections.

“Let the discourse be people center and issues driven and not sentimental”, he encouraged Liberian lawmakers.

The FLY boss also stressed that people of the Land through a democratic process can only make sound decisions in their interest when the political space is free and intellectually charged but not in noise.

“Let’s set the example for the young people to follow, Mr. Williams further indicated.

His statement is in reaction to agreement and disagreement on the recent comments made by Montserrado County Senator Abraham Darius Dillon in which he among other things rendered invectives at his colleagues, something that did not go down well with his colleagues including some Liberians while others have a different view on the matter.

Though the FLY boss did not support neither criticized Dillon’s recent assertion but his major focus among other things is for the issue to be taken care of in the soonest possible time by them and other stakeholders behind closed doors to ensure that the activities of the nation and its people move on uninterrupted.