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PMDC leader calls for violence free elections

PMDC leader calls for violence free elections

The Peoples Movement for Democratic Change (PMDC) presidential candidate for 2012 elections Charles Francis Margai has called on youths in the entire region and the country at large to refrain from all forms and acts of violence in the forthcoming elections.

The presidential candidate of the PMDC Charles Francis Margai was speaking at the final round of their campaign rally at Kenema city field on the 11th November 2012; he said his party is against all forms of violence before, during, and after the poll.

The PMDC leader further maintained that the forthcoming poll will be free, fair and democratic and that any hindrance to disrupt or unfair play the poll will be resisted. The leader of the PMDC Mr. Margai revealed that any malpractice in the upcoming elections will not be tolerated and that his party will resist. He said one good part of the past 11 years war was the awareness the people have and that what the APC government did during the days of late president Siaka Stevens will never be repeated in the present democratic dispensation in the country; even though APC remain the same.

Speaking further at the Kenema city field Charles Francis Margai accused both the ruling All Peoples Congress (APC) and the main opposition Sierra Leone People’s (SLPP) party for the retrogressive movement of the country.  He said the two political party members were were the cause of the country’s backwardness.  The PMDC presidential hopeful stressed that the two presidential candidates have nothing to offer Sierra Leoneans.

Charles Margai made huge promises to the voters if voted in as president after November poll. He catalogued his promises to free education, youth employment, review of mining agreements, unifying the country, fighting corruption, and others.

Charles Margai also apologised to the National Democratic Alliance for not having a presidential candidate in the November poll. He however blamed the APC government, NEC and Judiciary for that party’s predicament.

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