Liberia: Breakup in main opposition coalition alliance helps Weah ahead of 2023 vote

[The Africa Report - Africa] - 10/01/2022
Ahead of the Liberian presidential and senatorial elections in 2023, disagreements within the Collaborating Political Parties (CPP) – Liberia’s largest opposition coalition – has resulted in the withdrawal of the All Liberian Party (ALP) from the coalition. This strengthens President George Weah's (...)
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