From politician to Civil Right Activist: Mulbah Morlu Launches STAND

Mar 18, 2024 - 11:02
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From politician to Civil Right Activist: Mulbah Morlu Launches STAND

Immediate ex-Chair of CDC turned civil rights activist, Mulbah Morlu launches his pro-democracy group dubbed, "STAND" to fight for social justice and impunity across all sectors

 The immediate Chair emeritus of the Coalition for Democratic Change now turned civil rights activist, Mulbah Morlu has launched his pro-democracy group dubbed, "STAND" to fight for social justice and impunity.

 Launched Sunday, March 17, 2024 at the famous PHP Park in Monrovia, STAND is deciphered, Solidarity and Trust for A New Day with a motto, "Taking a stand for the voiceless"

Speaking a few minutes after he received the National Chair position from a mixed up civil and social groups, Mr. Morlu clarified that STAND owes no loyalty to any political party, not even the CDC or the Unity Party.

 He stressed that the movement has not come to sympathize with 'Business as Usual,' but rather to disrupt the status quo by standing up for the vulnerable, the needy, and the voiceless. 

Mr. Morlu added that the decline in public trust during the Weah-led government, coupled with growing domestic skepticism regarding public policy decision-making under the Boakai administration, highlights the urgent need for civil society intervention.

 The arrowhead of the movement called upon the Liberian Senate to act in the best interest of the nation by aligning with the House of Representatives in establishing a War and Economic Crimes Court to prosecute senior perpetrators of egregious crimes.

 

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