The All People’s Congress (APC) has been billed today to kick start public debate on its party’s manifesto in a programme organized by the National Commission for Democracy (NCD).
The debate, which will be held at the Miatta conference hall in Freetown, is expected to span three hours between 2pm to 5pm.
A press release from NCD states that, “although the manifestoes have been officially launched, members of the public have had little opportunity to react directly.”
After the APC’s manifesto debate, the ruling Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP) will take centre stage on Monday at the same venue, same time to be followed by the People’s Movement for Democracy Change (PMDC) next Tuesday.
Billed to take the centre stage next Wednesday is the Convention People’s Party (CPP).
There will be a break until the following Monday when the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) will tell voters how they intended governing the nation if voted into office.
On July 31, the People’s Liberation Party (PLP) will have the opportunity to discuss its manifesto, while billed to round up the public debate is the United National People’s Party (UNPP).