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Give Unification a new meaning-Dr. Bropleh

Jos Garneo Cephas
Former Information Minister, Dr. Laurence Bropleh
Former Information Minister, Dr. Laurence Bropleh

MONROVIA, LIBERIA-Former Information Minister, Dr. Laurence Bropleh, has called on Liberians to redefine the National Unification Policy.

Dr. Bropleh said: “Liberians need to look at issues of equal access to justice and treatment under the law and delivery of quality services to the people as some of the components of reconciliation process”.

Article 11(b) of the 1986 Liberian Constitution says: “All Liberians, irrespective of ethnic, place of origin or political opinion, are entitled to the fundamental rights and freedoms of the individual, subject to such as provided for”.

May 14 in 1960, through an Act, was passed by the National Legislature to be observed as National Unification Day yearly.

Dr. Laurence Bropleh who is the originator of the Liberian Renascence and producer of ‘Changing Minds and Changing Attitudes’, urged the Liberian government to consider the inclusion of peace and unity as key components of unification.

He spoke to ELBC Monday, May 14, 2018 in an interview during the observance of the day.

“Liberia is still experiencing daily disintegration that needs to claim national attention aims at improving health care, education, building roads and improving infrastructures across Liberia”.

Dr. Laurence Bropleh also admonished government to help put an end to common division that borders on the lack of patriotism, for the reorientation of Liberian in determining the true spirit and intent upon which the Unification policy is built.


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