CDC Blasts Opposition Political Parties


Chairman of the Coalition for Democratic Change Mulbah Morlu has blasted the three collaborating political parties, describing them as a handful of weak and corrupt political individuals.

Addressing a press conference at the Party’s National Headquarters Tuesday, Morlu said the joint statement presented by the three political parties is not a surprise, but in continuation of their selfish desires aimed at tarnishing the reputation of the governing party and President Weah.
It can be recalled on Monday, June 4 three collaborating political parties at a brief news conference in Monrovia announce plans to checkmate the Weah-Taylor administration to ensure that it delivers on its campaign promises.
According to him, there is a need to sustain the gains that have been made by the party, adding that the CDC remains formidable for the next twenty-four years.
He described the Unity Party as the chief architect of corruption in Liberia while terming the Liberty Party and the Alternative National Congress as political business institutions benefiting at the detriment of the citizens who support their endeavor.
The CDC National Chairman, who boasted of the many groundbreaking ceremonies by President Weah and the multi-million dollars loan agreements by the President, wants Liberians to remain hopeful about the development drive of the Country.
The three collaborating parties are expected to release their first critique of the state of affairs on Wednesday.
The CDC Chairman’s outburst appears to be a preemptive strike as the collaborating parties have not yet made any statement against the government.