Indianapolis, Indiana: The Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA) is deeply concerned about the growing wave of confusion by parties in the impending November 5, 2022 general elections of the Liberian Association of Indiana.
These unwelcoming confusion which involve attacks on candidates religion, families, kids and women have no place in the community ULAA seeks to build. ULAA believes that elections should be based on share competition of ideas gear towards lifting Liberians in all communities across America.
ULAA encourages all candidates, parties and supporters to exercise calm and demonstrate professionalism during these last days leading to elections. ULAA also calls on members of the elections commission to exert its authority by ensuring a peaceful, inclusive, free, fair and credible elections.
ULAA remains supportive of a united diaspora Liberian community where respect for democratic values are upheld at all times.
Mr. Stephen Binda
Deputy Press Secretary
Union of Liberian Associations in the Americas (ULAA)
Mr. Stephen Binda, what are you talking about when say of a “fear inclusive” election in Indiana?
Where you will have that type of election? Include what when Indiana already have it’s heritage system of government.