The quest for Vice President Boakai to replace current president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is seen by many pundits as a daunting task, especially as more and more political parties are being formed on a regular basis.
But according to Representative Snowe, the combination of the two topnotch political figures would create stiff challenge for the rest of the members of the opposition community despite the increment in the numbers of parties.
Appearing Tuesday on the Capitol FM late evening show, Snowe maintained that the need for total collaboration within the opposition bloc remains imperative in order to ensure that the process is less crowded.
Representative Snowe, who remains a member of the ruling party, pointed out that the combination of opposition parties would further ease the tensions that regularly surround electoral processes and assist voters make the right choice.
He further indicated: “although there are other significant political parties in Liberia, it is a known fact that the two key players in this game are the CDC and UP. A formidable merger with the Unity Party would certainly mean victory in the first round”.
“There would be absolutely no one political party winning the 2017 elections in the first round because every politician has constituents; and regional solidarities always exists in our electoral process,” he reasoned.
Representative Snowe however intoned that those aspiring for the presidency must consider diluting their ambitions, and join bigger political establishments in the best interest of the country because everyone cannot become president at once.