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The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) is horror-struck with consistent reports and classification in some political circles that its fundamental philosophy and makeup is much pugilistic, autocratic and anti-peace than democratic and peaceful.

Most Liberians who don’t share in the values and principles of the party continue to brand it anti-peace since the 2005 elections and accompany circumstances, the cataclysm of the 2011 elections involving state security and partisans as well as attending utterances from party executives.
Recent comments emanating from the camp of the CDC that it would announce its own results have inflamed the situation. Nevertheless these events, CDC continues to make it clear that it is not a threat to peace and sanity and has no intension to jeopardize the peaceful democratic process in Liberia.
CDC Public Relations Officer, Samuel Worzie, told newsmen at the weekend that the party will not serve as a ‘Time Bomb’ by announcing its own elections results before the NEC as insinuated in the media.
A local daily last weekend reported that Liberia was on ‘Time Bomb’ in reference to CDC’s declared intention to announce its results instead of allowing the NEC to perform its sacred responsibilities.
The paper quoted CDC’s Youth League Chair Jefferson Korgie as making the threat to announce its own elections results. But CDC spokesperson Worzie said Korgie’s statement was grossly misinterpreted to misrepresent the CDC’s true intention of ensuring a free, fair and transparent elections.
According to him, Korgie said the CDC will not allow anyone or institution to temper with the results of the election because the CDC has logistics to monitor the elections.
He quoted Korgie as indicating that CDC has also set up a sophisticated workroom with competent statisticians to provide a clearer picture on the elections results.
Worzie however said CDC has confidence in the integrity of the NEC and its Chairman Jerome Korkoyah until they prove otherwise. He called on the NEC to ensure a free, fair and transparent elections void of any individual or institutional manipulations, noting that Ambassador George Weah is a peaceful statesman whose aim is to transform Liberia.

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