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Liberia ruling party expels president for not supporting VP

Seattle Times Sunday, 14 January 2018
MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberia’s outgoing governing party says it has voted to expel President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf because of her alleged decision not to support her vice president in the latest presidential poll. Unity Party’s assistant secretary-general for press and public affairs, Mohammed Ali, said Sirleaf was expelled for violating the party’s constitution. He […]
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News video: Liberia's Unity Party expels President Johnson Sirleaf

▶ Liberia's Unity Party expels President Johnson Sirleaf 02:40

In a disappointing closing chapter to her 12 years as the first elected female president in Africa, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is being expelled from her Unity Party.

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