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NAYMOTE Ends Civic Education Forum In Bong
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NAYMOTE Ends Civic Education Forum In Bong
By Philip T. Singbah, LINA Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, September 29 (LINA) -The National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections (NAYMOTE) has conducted the first in a series of public discussions on the 25 propositions currently before the National Legislature for discussion in Gbarnga.

NAYMOTE Bong County Coordinator Moses Bailey told the Liberia News Agency in Gbarnga Sunday that the initiative is intended to help citizens, especially young people, to get clearer understanding of the constitutional issues contained in the 25 propositions.

The propositions were generated across Liberia by the Constitution Review Committee (CRC) in line with its mandate to work with Liberians in identifying articles in the 1986 Constitution that need amendment.

The first of the public discussions held at the Malian Intellectual Hataye Center in Gbarnga focused on the Dual Citizenship and non-negro descent naturalization propositions.

Bong County Attorney Collinus Wennah and Catholic Justice and Peace Commission Lead Monitor George Philip Mulbah served as panelists and provided clear explanations on the two propositions.

The NAYMOTE forum was attended by over 150 residents of Gbarnga City.
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