Senator Gueh Affirms Decision To Join CDC
By Kimberlyn Mckeever
Rivercess County Senator Dallas Gueh has affirmed his decision to join the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC).
Speaking Tuesday on a local radio talk show, the Rivercess County Senator said his decision to join the ruling party was prompted by President George Weah’s inaugural speech, in which he said “people should not listen to his diction, but the implementation of what he says.”Senator Gueh noted that he and the President have similar ideology when it comes to implementation of promises.
Senator Dallas Dweh was once a member of the Liberia Transformation Party of Reverend Kennedy Sandy, but supported the presidential bid of former Vice President Joseph Boakai in the 2017 Presidential election.
According to him, he supported Boakai at the time because he felt he was the right choice for the presidency, but that when he observed that President Weah is a “talk and do” person, he decided to join the CDC.
Meanwhile, Senator Gueh has stressed his interest in the establishment of a war crimes court in the country, noting that it will serve as a deterrent to those that caused chaos in Liberia.
He disclosed that he will lobby with his colleagues and convince the President to see reason to establish a war crimes court in Liberia to bring the perpetrators of heinous crimes to justice.