NO plan For NPP To Break Away From the Coalition

By Washington Tumay Watson –

MONROVIA-The Secretary General of the National Patriotic Party (NPP), one of the constituent political parties within the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC), Andrew Peters has disclosed that there is no intention for the NPP to break away from the Coalition.

According to him, there are issues within the coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) but are not prepared discuss those issues in the public.

Speaking on State radio, Thursday, November 25, 2021 Mr. Peters said,  the party has functionary where they will take their grievances to for redress.

“Some of our partisans will like   to come out and say something  they  think of saying,  but  the leadership of the CDC, that including the Congress  for Democratic Change, the Liberia People Democratic Party  and  that of  the National Patriotic Party are  working together,” he noted.

He said  with  the disagreement,  the  three political parties  are working collectively  for   the transformation  of the country, contrary  to  speculation  from those he called  detractors.

Mr. Peters  said, politics  is about interest.   Those   of  the executives will discuss  those  things  that are of interest  to  the NPP at  the executive Council meeting  of the CDC.

“Look at what happened to us in 2020 senatorial elections; people were just coming over to the CDC that they will win,” he noted.

He further said what happened to the CDC in 2020 was seriously bad and there is a need to be corrected before the 2023 general and presidential elections.

Mr. Peters said the tendency of accepting political migrant within the CDC is wrong and should not be given credence.

He concluded that the CDC with President George Weah as political leader, will win the presidential elections in 2023 in the first round.

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