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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 16:45(JollofNews) – Opposition parties in the Gambia are to hold series of nationwide political rallies as part of a broader engagement strategy to restore democracy and the rule of law in the West African nation.
The Progressive People’s Party (PPP) and the Gambia Moral Congress (GMC) are expected to partner with the main opposition United Democratic Party (UDP) in the rallies to mobilise political support and to address urgent concerns of Gambians.
Ahead of the meetings, a newly formed Committee for the Restoration of Democracy in the Gambia (CORDEG) seeking the support of Diaspora Gambians in their efforts to flush the APRC government of Yahya Jammeh.
“The task before us would require the prayers and participation of all who aspire to a better future for our country and that is why we start this difficult journey confident that all citizens of goodwill will stand together,” said Lamin Tunkara, an executive member of the organisation.
“We face a grave national crisis and we must rise to the occasion by bringing all hands on deck to save ourselves and our country.’’
To enable the opposition parties to conduct effective political meetings in the Gambia, CORDEG have set up a permanent revolving fund (Gambia Democratic Action Group – Conference. Routing: 053000219 Account Number: 1560287235) with Wells Fargo Bank and are seeking the support of Diaspora Gambians.
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