Political Collaboration Offers Clues Into CDC 2017 Thinking

Political Collaboration Offers Clues Into CDC 2017 Thinking

Signals emanating from a weekend collaborative meeting of the political minds under the guise of the Rainbow Assembly comprising George Weah’s Congress for Democratic Change, House Speaker Alex Tyler’s still-in-the-making People’s Unification Party and Independent Prince Y. Johnson appear to have ruled out any possibility that football legend, Weah would be playing second fiddle to a more experienced candidate in the 2017 presidential elections. The CDC last Friday assembled some of Liberia’s key political actors in Gbarnga in a bid to forge a common political front ahead of the 2017 general and presidential elections.

Besides Weah, those in attendance at Friday meeting were Senate Pro Tempore, Armah Jallah(NPP, Gbarpolu), House Speaker Alex Tyler(Unity Party, Bomi); Deputy House Speaker Hans Barchue(Independent, Grand Bassa): Senator Prince Johnson(Independent, Nimba); Emmanuel Nuquay(Unity Party, Margibi) and Senator Henry Yallah(Bong County, New Deal Movement).

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