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LP is not a pro-government party

-- Musa Bility says

Mr. Bility and his loyalists supported the re-election bid of the former ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) in the 2023 elections, but Unity Party and its alliance became victorious.

By Lincoln G. Peters 

Monrovia, April 22, 2024: Liberty Party embattled Chairman and Nimba County District #7 Representative Musa Bility says Liberty Party (LP) is not a pro-government party.

Addressing scores of supporters over the weekend, Mr. Bility said the Liberty Party is an opposition political party and not a pro-government institution, as the public has insinuated.

“I’m here to announce to the public that the Liberty Party is not, and will not, and has not been a pro-government political party,” said Mr. Bility. 

“Therefore, the LP is an opposition political party that will hold this government accountable for its actions,” he noted. 

For years, LP has been in an unresolved internal political crisis in the months leading to the 2023 presential and legislative elections.

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Mr. Bility and his loyalists supported the re-election bid of the former ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) in the 2023 elections, but Unity Party and its alliance became victorious.

Other Liberty Party leaders and their followers are part of the alliance that backed the Unity Party’s 2023 presidential bid.

Representative Bility has called on the opposition community to remain the opposition. 

“As chairman of the Liberty Party, I also want to reiterate our commitment to opposition collaboration. We are willing, ready, and open to embracing it,” Mr. Bility stated. 

He pointed out that those in power masterminded the demise and turbulence of the erstwhile Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) during that period.

“We want them to know that we will hold them accountable for every action they take as they steer the affairs of our state,” said Mr. Bility. 

“We also want them to know that the opposition is here, and it remains here. Whatsoever this government does will be accountable to the Liberian people,” he assured.

Mr. Bility described the end of the CPP as the beginning of a renewed commitment to opposition collaboration.

“The end of the CPP is the beginning of a renewed commitment to opposition collaboration.” 

“After all the conflict in the CPP, we broke up so that other oppositions could join us so that we could work together and ensure that this government is held accountable and delivers on the aspirations of the Liberian people as promised,” he noted.

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