Editorial: The Internal Fight Within The CPP The Major Challenge

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THE STANDARD BEARER of the Unity Party (UP), Ambassador Boakai, has cautioned political leaders of the internally rift four Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) and supporters to forget their political differences and move ahead for the good of the country. Ambassador Boakai, speaking as he assumed the Chairmanship of the CPP from out-going Chairperson, Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, emphasized that the CPP remains the only alternative for Liberians amidst the economic hardship, corruption, abuse of power and disappearance of human beings.

THE NEW CPP Chairman stated that he will ensure unity returns to the CPP during his leadership, wisely observing that the Liberian people are deeply depending on the CPP to provide a better leadership for the country. With unity, V.P. Boakai said, victory is certain come 2023.

CHAIRMAN BOAKAI ASSURED partisans and supporters of the constituent collaborating parties of institutionalizing the CPP ahead of the legislative and presidential elections. He urged partisans to let go of all their differences and push the agenda of the CPP.

THE TURNED OVER Acting Chairperson of the CPP, Grand Bassa Senator, Karnga-Lawrence, had stated that her eight-month and few days as CPP Chairperson was challenging, particularly emphasizing that the internal fight within the CPP remains the major challenge ahead of the 2023 general elections, and called on Ambassador Boakai to use his elderly wisdom and settle down the dust within the CPP for the betterment of the country.

THE FORMER ACTING Chairperson could have not been more accurate in her diagnosis because the National Chairman and Secretary General of the Liberty Party, Musa Hassan Bility and Martin Kollah, and all executive members of the Alternative National Congress (ANC), were absent from the ceremony. Their absence says the CPP has much internal work to do if they are to form a united front for the 2023 polls.

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