LP Appoints Constitution Review Committee -Upbeats for Executive Council Sitting Soon

With the National Advisory Council chairman mandated to organize a Constitution Review Committee, Chairman Musa Hassan Bility has already concluded consultations with stakeholders and, with immediate effect, constituted a 10-member Constitution Review Committee of the party which is charged with responsibility to make recommendations for amendments where practicable.

A Liberty Party press release said the mandate to Mr. Bility was part of an eleven-count resolution adopted at the recently held Liberty Party Leadership Retreat in Buchanan City, Grand Bassa County.

Count Two of the Eleven-Count Resolution adopted at the retreat mandates that the Committee to accomplish its tasks within forty-five days to give rise to the holding of a National Executive Council Sitting.

Those appointed to the Committee include Cllr. Hilton Powo, Vice Chair for Legal Affairs – Committee Chairman; Madam Wadei Powell, National Advisory Council Member – Committee Co-Chair; Kla-Edward Toomey II, Liberty Party’s Deputy Secretary General for Press and Public Affairs – Committee Secretary; Cllr. Kuku Dorbor, Assistant Secretary General for Legal Affairs – Committee Member and Mr. Martin Kollah, Vice Chair for Policy, Planning and Research – Committee Member.

Others are Mr. James Yougie, Deputy Secretary General for Administration – Committee Member; Mr. Kwame Ross, Vice Chair for Auxiliaries – Committee Member; Cllr. Carlos Smith – Committee Member; Cllr. N. Oswald Tweh, Co-Chair National Advisory Council – Committee Advisor, and Madam Carmina Abdallah, Executive Member of the Liberty Party 2017 National Campaign Team – Committee Advisor.

The National Executive Council of the Liberty Party is the highest decision-making body in the absence of the National Convention, and comprises the Party’s National Executive Committee, the Chairpersons and Secretary Generals of the fifteen Counties, and the National Advisory Council.

At the upcoming Executive Council sitting, expected propositions that will derive from the work of the review committee, along with other counts of the eleven-count resolution adopted at the retreat, will be presented for adoption by the National Executive Council.

The committee is expected to, with immediate effect, begin and conclude its works to ensure a successful Executive Council Sitting, the release signed by the Liberty Party’s Secretary General Kla-Edward Toomey, II, concluded.

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