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LP undergoes restructuring, as Political Leader constitutes committees

The national leadership of the Liberty Party headed by its Political Leader, Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, has constituted three committees in the party, including Restructuring, Political Negotiations, and Technical Affairs, respectively. 

The action of the LP leader conforms with Article VI, Paragraph III of the Party’s 2021 Constitution which provides that “The Standard Bearer/Political Leader, in consultation and collaboration with the NEC, shall formulate policy and procedures to implement the decisions of the National Convention, call Special Conventions as provided for in Article VIII, and take such other actions and proper measures that he/she may deem as necessary to advance the best interest of the Party”.

According to the Political Leader, the restructuring committee will review and restructure existing County, District, Clan, and Zonal Structures of LP across Liberia, fill vacancies, if any, either through elections or by consensus; and initiate the process of Membership Drive. 

Members of the restructuring committee are Hans Barchue, Chairman; Jacob J. Smith, Augustine Frederick, Jeremy Russell, Harrietta Barrain, and Madam Josephine Lester.

The Committee on Negotiations is, by the authority of the Political Leader, authorized to discuss any collaboration with likeminded political parties, ahead of the 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections, negotiate roles of LP in any collaboration, and ensure the inclusion of LP’s Legislative candidates on the ticket of any collaboration. 

The committee will also represent LP’s interest in all political matters. 

Those appointed to this committee are Senator Abraham Darius Dillon, Chairman; Stephen J. H. Zargo, Jonathan L. Kaipay, Hans Barcheue, Jacob Smith, Cllr. Carlos Smith, Atty. Kla-Edward Toomey, Kwame Ross, Priscilla Cooper, Philip Suah, and Cllr. Charlyne Brumskine.

 On the other hand, the Technical Committee will provide technical support, and organize strategies, plans, and programs for the 2023 Presidential and legislative elections. 

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It will also monitor and evaluate every step of the National Elections Commission to observe trends and ensure consistency between what the NEC releases to political parties and actual data, among other tasks.

 The Political Leader is, therefore, reassuring all partisans and the general public that as party leader, she is prepared to do all that is within her reach to make the Liberty Party more vibrant and well situated for the 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections. Editing by Jonathan Browne

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