IREDD Smells Chaotic Elections, Releases Press Statement

Ladies and gentlemen of the press, the Institute for Research and Democratic
Development IREDD) is constrained to join all well-meaning residents and
citizens of Liberia to outrightly condemned in the strongest term the wave of
unchecked lawlessness unfolding in our beloved country, Liberia. With less than
five months to the October 10, 2023, General and Presidential Elections, we all
are witnessing countless political upheavals and verbal attacks by players in the
political space. These countless attacks without prompt punitive action have the
propensity to provoke political conflicts and unmind a peaceful democratic
process of Liberia.
Ladies and gentlemen of the press, the May 21, 2023 disruption of the worship
service at the Christ Chapel of Faith of Senator Prince Y. Johnson by group of people identified to be supporters of the NPP, a faction of the ruling Coalition for
Democratic Change (CDC) who are supporters of Vice President, Chief Madam
Jewel Howard Taylor. A review of video footage from the vicinity of the Christ
Chapel of Faith Church has proven beyond all reasonable doubts that the act was planned and executed by supporters of the VP for which prompt punitive action to deter and prevent future occurrence is yet to be taken, something that undermined governments leadership roles.
 Relative to these unwarranted disruptions and verbal attacks, IREDD herewith calls on all well-meaning citizens and residents of Liberia to openly speak out against these unhealthy occurrences that have the propensity to create untold
multiplying unrest. Good democratic governance requires socio-economic justice

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