To Hold Government Accountable, ANC,LP and UP formed Collaboration


Three opposition Political Parties, the Alternative National Congress, the Unity Party and the Liberty Party have vowed to hold the Coalition for Democracy Change Administration accountable to the Constitution and people of Liberia.
The three collaborating parties raising one critical voice maintained that they will articulate common solutions and alternatives to some of the many challenges confronting the Country and its people.
They explained that their coming together is geared toward ensuring the continued democratic evolution and to protect the hard attained and fought for freedom in the interest of the citizenry.
According to the joint statement signed by the concerned parties, leaders will meet along with the legal and other appropriate teams to work out the legal framework and other political modalities.
The brief joint opposition parties’ conference addressed by Liberty Party Secretary General Jacob Smith, promised to have a detailed press conference on 6, June.
A Political pundit who closely followed the Monday joint News conference at the Headquarters of Liberty Party told KMTV News that raising a strong opposition voice, could help to bridge some of the gaps or lapses that were and will be created by the George Weah Government in the nearby future.
Jeremiah Flomo called on the parties not to only criticize but admonished them to proffer good and workable recommendations that will shift the destiny of the Liberian society.
Mr. Flomo who is also a member of the CDC cautioned President George Weah and his officials to accept criticism and take into consideration recommendations from the opposition bloc.
It can be recall that the three political parties were part of the controversial stay order saga during the heat of the presidential election protesting that the election was then characterized by fraud and irregularities.
Though they did not achieve their primary goal but they are now optimistic that their latest endeavor will yield fruits.

Emmanuel S. Davies reports.