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ABC Secretariat on 2012 elections

ABC Secretariat on 2012 elections

Monday 19th November 2012: The Attitudinal and Behavioral Change (ABC) Secretariat, is pleased to announce its satisfaction over the successful conduct of the Saturday 17th November, 2012, presidential, parliamentary and local council elections.

The ABC Secretariat notes that the elections were not only peaceful, but that voter turnout was large and that voters generally conducted themselves well at polling stations.

In that regard, the ABC Secretariat congratulates all Sierra Leoneans for demonstrating maturity and practicing tolerance and respect for one another; which are some of the tenets preached by the ABC Secretariat to foster positive change and behavior in our beloved country.

The ABC Secretariat also commends political party leaders and other stakeholders who took part in the election for the maturity exhibited during polling and also for ensuring that no major incident occurred.

The ABC Secretariat also extends its thanks and appreciation to security personnel including the Sierra Leone Police (SLP) and Republic of Sierra Leone Armed Forces (RSLAF) for professionally policing the elections without major incident.

The ABC Secretariat further extends its appreciation to all national and international election observers for observing the elections.

As we patiently wait the announcing of final results, the ABC is calling on all Sierra Leoneans, politicians, and political party supporters, to continue to uphold peaceful coexistence and tolerance. Sierra Leone is bigger than any one person or party; therefore, let us behave responsibly and patriotically.

Signed: Nanette Thomas, National Coordinator and Second-in Command, ABC Secretariat

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