Senate Invites Council of Patriots

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The Plenary of the Liberian Senate has extended invitation to the organizers of the Council of Patriots to an executive session of the Liberian Senate on Thursday.

According to the invitation written by the secretary of the Senate, J. Nanborlor Singbeh is to enable members of the Liberian Senate hold discussions with group on vital matters of national concern.

The Liberian Senate noted that the august body will attach great importance to this invitation, and therefore wishes the timely attendance so as to enhance deliberation leading to the  welfare of the  nation and  its people as every Liberian strived to build a lasting democratic institution.

The Council of Patriots is a group of aggrieved Liberians who have threatened a mass protest in Monrovia beginning June 7 aimed at drawing the attention of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government on the bad state of the Liberian economy amongst others.

It can be recalled that the Senate early had a meeting with President George M. Weah on numerous issues of national concerns, including a possible dialogue with June 7 protesters.

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