The National Secretary-General of the opposition Unity Party Mo Ali has expressed concern over an ongoing dispute within the Liberty party.
Speaking Thursday in Monrovia, Ali said such action has the propensity to affect the Collaborating Political Parties ahead of the 2023 general elections.
He wants Political Parties in the Collaboration to strive to uphold integrity, adding that no official of the CPP will accept internal fights within any of the member parties.
Mo Ali noted that the Liberty Party is a party of Law; as such the Leadership of the Party must address issues of concerns leading to conflict.
Meanwhile, The Unity Party Secretary-General said the CPP will not interfere in any political party internal problems unless necessary.
Ali also disclosed that the Unity Party has begun planning for Ambassador Joseph Nyumah Boakai to take over the CPP, due to his preparedness to lead the Collaboration.