Geraldine Doe Still CDC Chair - NEC
The National Elections Commission or NEC has announced in Monrovia that it still recognizes Geraldine Doe-Sheriff as Chairman of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC).
An NEC release issued in Monrovia Thursday, quoted the Board of Commissioners as saying its decision is consistent with the Elections Law of Liberia which mandates it to regulate the activities of political parties operating in the country.
In a letter to Geraldine Doe-Sheriff, dated 9 May 2012, the Acting Chairman of the NEC, Jonathan K. Weedor, said the Board of Commissioners of the NEC still recognizes Senator Doe-Sheriff as Chairman of the CDC until it is otherwise decided.
Weedor said the Commission will continue to conduct official business with the CDC, through Chairman Sheriff and other legitimate officials of the party.
Meanwhile, Acting Chairman Weedor has written the Secretary General of the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), Acarous Gray, notifying him of the decision of the National Elections Commission.
The Board of Commissioners of the National Elections Commission took the decision during a meeting held with Senator Geraldine Doe-Sheriff, Representative Acarous