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-Calls For Calm And Maintenance Of Peace
The Youth League chair of the opposition Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) has disclosed meeting with the chairman of the Carter Center, Jason Carter over the weekend.

Jefferson Tamba Koijee said they discussed the sustenance of peace and security at the critical period in the country. At the climax of the meeting at a local hotel, Koijee told reporters the Carter Center called on them to remain calm and the peace as the judicial process over complaints from aggrieved political parties proceeds.
Carter Center is committed to waging peace across the world. He quoted Carter Center’s Board Chairman as commending officials and members of the CDC for the respect for peace demonstrated since the start of the legal challenge to the elections.
Koijee said they were clear that they have invested so much for the peace in the country and they have no intention of undermining the same during this critical period and beyond.
The CDC youth league chairman further reminded those reportedly tampering with the peace of the country to desist and ensure better future for the country and its citizens.
“We should not undermine the hard-earned peace of the country that everyone enjoys. We have worked to maintain this peace. We are united as young people of opposition political parties in the country. Those people who are filibustering must desist. We were very clear with the Carter Center that security is cardinal to the peace of the country. People who are deliberately filibustering must stop because no matter what, we will have inauguration in January 2018,” he said.
He said it was clear that the CDC has more tolerance, love and care for the country than other political parties evidenced by the current situation in the country.
Koijee recounted that the CDC has suffered enough in the country but continue to be calm because they hold Liberia to highest esteem.
“Our leaders had been meticulous enough. We have been provoked too much. We must allow our people to the poll. Those pushing are the people who don't love this country. Let the people be given chance. We want to give leadership to the people. Liberians are beggars in their country. Foreigners have taken over our country and it must not be so. There will be elections,” he concluded.

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