Sinoe County Senator Milton Teahjay said the issue of traditional politics is sinking gradually in the country adding that Citizens are voting base on the work of an individual.
Speaking Wednesday on state radio, Senator Teahjay said the style of politics where a standard-bearer can life up the hands of a candidate to win an election is slipping away.
Teahjay noted that the young people in Liberia have made up their minds to support one another, making reference to the winner of the just ended by-election in Bong County who is the former Speaker of the Youth Parliament.
The Sinoe County Senator maintains that citizens are looking at what their community can benefit and the kind of person they are giving power to not base their votes on traditional practices.
He said the 2023 election is a challenge forever political parties adding that the CDC needs to do more if they must have their way through easily.