Representatives of all Political Parties, Civil Society organizations and other institutions have validated the 2016 to 2020 strategic plan of the Political Parties Registration Commission. The validated document entails all the activities that PPRC will undertake for the next five years.
Chairperson of PPRC, Justice Tolla Thompson called on all political parties to put political interest behind and validate the document with national interest.
Acting Registrar, PPRC, Zainaba Umu Moseray said, PPRC learnt that many people in the nation voted on tribal and regional lines which the commission wants to change in the next five years.
The acting registrar said the commission will work efficiently to meet the expectation of the public if they are given the needed funding from the government.
Presenting the strategic plan Dr Victor Massaquoi said the plan took into consideration the current population growth, economic and other factors in the country.
Representatives of Political Parties asked PPRC to work towards ending defection of people from one political party to another or put rigid measures in place that will make it difficult for people to defect