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Constitution review process taken to religious institutions

By Joseph Sayon
 CRC Chairman, Gloria Scott
CRC Chairman, Gloria Scott

( Constitution Review Committee has taken its outreach program to various religious institutions in Monrovia.

The CRC, over the weekend, visited the Greater Refugee Temple and the Providence Baptist Church, where it distributed one carton each of the constitution to the two institutions.

CRC Chairman, Gloria Scott, told the congregations of both churches not to relent to participate in the constitution review process as decisions coming out of the process will be binding.

Cllr. Scott said: “There are too many provisions in the 1986 constitution that need to be carefully reviewed by the Liberian people and take decision on them in the interest of the country.

She urged leaders of the religious community to continue working to restore the lost values of the country, including honesty, the fear of God, unity reconciliation, among others.

Meanwhile, Bishop Nathaniel Zarway of the Greater Refugee Temple told his congregation that now is the time for them to make decision to impact their future by participating in the ongoing constitution review process.

Bishop Zarway assured the CRC of his church’s commitment to championing the ongoing revision process.


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