CPP Announces Plan for National Convention -To Elect Standard Bearer, Nominate Legislative Candidates
MONROVIA – As part of its strategic work plan to emerge victorious in the ensuing 2023 general elections, the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) said it will be holding a national convention slated for May 13-14, 2023, in Ganta City, Nimba County to elect a Standard Bearer and nominate legislative candidates to contest various seats as senators and representatives.
According to a press release issued by the party and signed by Martin Saye Kollah, Deputy National Secretary General, the Convention will bring together five hundred (500) delegates drawn, from the seventy-three (73) electoral districts, from the fifteen (15) counties, and from the executive committees of the constituent parties. It also said that officials of the National Elections Commission (NEC), officials of other opposition political parties, civil society groups, the diplomatic corps and members of the press will be invited to grace the occasion.
The party said to achieve success at the convention, a 6 member committee headed by Cllr. Aloysius Toe was appointed. Others are Ms Rugie Barry, Co-Chairperson, Martin Saye Kollah, Secretary General, while Representative Larry Younquoi, Mrs. Saybah Taylor and James Yougie were appointed members.
Pundits following development from the main political parties have said the convention may be a defining moment of the party as it takes major decisions to present its candidates, especially to unveil its running mate to Mr. Cummings who is set to clinch the presidential mandate unopposed given the fact that not no other presidential aspirant has shown interest in the nation’s most exalted position.
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