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Country First: SLPP, APC display Statesmanship in ‘Tripartite Meeting’

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Country First: SLPP, APC display Statesmanship in ‘Tripartite Meeting’


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AYV News, June 21, 2024

In these photos are two strong statesmen displaying statesmanship, His Excellency President Dr. Julius Maada Bio and Dr. Samura Mathew Wilson Kamara, 2018 Presidential Candidate for the main opposition All People’s Congress (APC) Party.
In a time when political polarisation often dominates the conversation, the ethos of placing country above party politics serves as a guiding light, reminding us that the strength of a nation lies in its ability to unite for the betterment of all.
It is a principle that transcends individual agendas and inspires a deeper sense of duty to the nation, ensuring that progress and prosperity are pursued with collective dedication and bipartisanship.
In a joint statement release on past Wednesday, both the Government and the main opposition resolved to continue working together in the spirit of cooperation and mutual commitment to electoral justice, electoral reforms, peace, and national cohesion.
They reaffirmed their dedication to the work of the Tripartite Committee, which was established under Resolution Three of the Agreement for National Unity.
The Tripartite Committee has made significant progress over the past six months, including the completion of its Terms of Reference, the development of key documents, outreach activities with stakeholders nationally and the engagement of international experts. The Committee’s work focused on elections management, institutional, and legal reforms. The Committee is now in the final stages of its work and is committed to completing and presenting a comprehensive report to the President of Sierra Leone.
Both parties look forward to the implementation of these recommendations and reforms, which will play a vital role in enhancing the conduct of elections in a free, fair and transparent manner and in strengthening an inclusive democracy in Sierra Leone.
The government and the APC believe that these efforts will contribute to the continued development and stability of the nation, as they both reiterated their unwavering commitment to peace, electoral justice, and national cohesion.
They also jointly condemned any attempts to incite violence or disrupt the democratic process and further committed to the full implementation of all resolutions in the Agreement for National Unity.

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