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The Joint Technical Committee of the 15 collaborating oppositionpolitical parties, at its regular meeting in Monrovia, has electedformer Sinoe County Senator Mobutu VlahNyepan of the United People’sparty as Chairman.

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Others elected are Mr. Anus Dulleh of the All Liberian CoalitionParty,, Vice Chairman, Mr. Wilfred Bangura of the Movement forDemocracy and Reconstruction, Secretary General and G. Albert Tannieof the Liberia Transformation Party, Assistant Secretary General.

It can be recalled that the 15 opposition political parties met inGanta City, Nimba County under the auspices of the Poliitical Leaderof the Movement for Democratic and Reconstruction, Sen. Prince Y.Johnson, to form a collaboration to against the ruling Unity Party inthe 2017 Presidential and Representatives elections.

According to a release issued in Monrovia yesterday, the ‘GantaDeclaration’ at section two called for the establishment of JointTechnical Committee comprising of two representatives from eachpolitical party to detail the framework and modalities of thecollaboration.

Meanwhile, the leadership of the Joint Technical Committee has laudedrepresentatives of the 15 opposition political parties for theconfidence and trust reposed in it, promising to work diligently todeliver on its mandate within the 60-day timeframe as enshrined in the‘Ganta Declaration’.

The JTC has further assured the Liberian people of solid oppositioncollaboration towards the 2017 Presidential and Representativeselections. The Joint Technical Committee has also called on all signatories ofthe Ganta Declaration to remain committed to the terms of the‘declaration’ and refrain from acts which may undermine the spirit,intent and purpose of the collaboration, as well as work together inunity to achieve the dream of the Liberian people.

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