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ECOWAS warn Gov’t, COP ahead of June 7 Protest

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The ECOWAS  Delegation meeting With President Weah, (insert); Council of Patriots (COP) Official Spokesman, Abraham Darius Dillon.
The ECOWAS Delegation meeting With President Weah, (insert); Council of Patriots (COP) Official Spokesman, Abraham Darius Dillon.

MONROVIA, LIBERIA - The Economic Community of West African States, (ECOWAS), has expressed security concerns amidst the prevailing political crisis in Liberia, ahead of the planned June 7 Protest by the Council of Patriots(COP).

ECOWAS Commission President, Jean Claude Kassi Brou, said: “Amidst the prevailing political crisis, consensus building among Liberian stakeholders is critical to peace sustenance the country’s peace”.

Commission President Kassi Brou, who is Head of ECOWAS Delegation made the statement Thursday, May 30, 2019 when he held talks with President George Weah, at the Foreign Ministry in Monrovia.

President Weah in his responding assured the ECOWAS delegation of his administration’s determination to upholding the laws of Liberia.

The Liberian Leader reiterated his commitment to providing protection for Liberians wishing to protest while at the time ensuring that non- protesters’ rights will be protected in line with Constitution of Liberia.

 


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