Senator Taylor who is also vice standard of the Coalition for Democratic Change CDC observed that the passage of the bill will provide tolerance for Liberian women throughout the country.
Speaking to group of Liberian women yesterday at a local market the CDC Vice Standard Bearer said for too long women in the country have been marginalized and become victims from domestic violence from their male counterpart.
Senator Taylor noted that the bill is an essential instrument which will help to protect women from violence and ensure that their counterparts don’t dehumanize them because of petty reasons or allegations.
She said already some women within the National Legislature have begun working along with her to ensure that the bill does not suffer another setback at the Capitol Building in Monrovia.
The Senator said she has commenced lobbying with her fellow makers to exert all efforts for the successful passage of the domestic violence bill which is lingering at the Capitol Building.
Also speaking at the program a 2013 acid water victim Cynthia Davies expressed optimism about the passage of the bill, noting “as long as Ma Jewel says it, it will happen and let us pray for her”. She however urged male counterpart not to see the domestic violence bill as an instrument which will haunt men.
She appealed to female Lawyers and other women organizations in the country to join Senator Taylor to ensure that the domestic violence bill passes into law.