Tuesday, November 22, 2011

A Reminisce Monday

The Trend of Liberia's Monkey-Baboon Politics Barely four week to the re-inauguration of the Liberian president, Ellen Sirleaf Johnson, has the opposition Congress for Democratic Change, CDC, has expressed desired to masquerade the principle street of the country’s capital Monrovia, every Monday after their Monday, November 21, 2011 symbolic casket parade of three falling members who allegedly gunned down by members of the Liberian National Police, Emergency Response Unit (ERU). On the eve of the 2011 presidential elections runoff, Monday November 7, 2011, live ammunition was discharged among enthusiastic CDC partisans who said they were taking to the street that they were boycotting the elections runoff which was won by the incumbent Sirleaf over the CDC which claims the most popularity in Liberia. According to the Cllr. Winston Tubman Standard Bearer of the opposition, the party does not recognize the Unity Party as winner of the 2011 presidential election despite ECOWAS observers said the elections met the entire requirement to be classified free, fair, credible and transparent. This statement was made at the party’s funeral rally last Monday when the Cllr. Tubman vowed as of November 28, 2011, his party will masquerade in with an ANC style until the international community come to understand that the CDC was not a part of the runoff election. such action according to some Liberians who expressed fear of their country sliding back into a state of anarchy is not good for the young democracy and peace the country have enjoyed since 2003. Pictures to be uploaded soon...