Liberty Party and the All Liberian Party were among other political parties which recently agreed, among other things, not to allow the ruling party to ascend to state power for the third term. The Ganta Declaration signers also agreed not to attack one another.
But the Liberty Party Technical Representative to the Ganta Declaration Darious Dillon said on Monday that the ALP leader has breached the agreement by demeaning LP leader Charles Walker Brumskine.
Mr. Dillon disclosed that despite the ALP leader acrimonious behavior, his party will not be induced to denigrate the ALP or its political leader. Dillon made the statement during a news conference at the newly constructed Liberty Party headquarter in Monrovia.
Dillon’s statement comes against the backdrop of a recent ALP rally held in Patnesville City where Mr. Urey said some political party leaders had lied to the Liberian people that the 2011 election was their last political struggle for the presidency, but have now jumped into the presidential race.
Mr. Urey also said some parties don’t have the requisite political experience to lead the Liberian people, yet they continue to create the impression that indeed they are the best political leader in the country.
Mr. Urey in his statement at the Paynesville Red Light Market said he will not be deterred by derogative statements coming from other political parties.
He called on the Liberian people not to vote people in 2017 elections who have no thought about the country and the living condition of the Liberian people.
Mr. Dillon criticized Mr. Urey remarks and said such statement has no practical motivation which could make any Liberian to believe in Mr. Urey and his ALP.