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Liberia

Charles Walker Brumskine

Date of Birth: 27 April 1951


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Johnson Sirleaf stands on her record

Other small parties have formed the National Democratic Coalition after failing to win anything from the CDC or Charles Brumskine’s Liberty Party...


Musical chairs in Monrovia

The CDC, now allied for the elections to the Liberty Party of Charles Brumskine, blamed Sirleaf for the failures which had led to the wholesale removal of the cabinet and demanded that she go on leave, too...


Challenging Madam President

The most significant alliance is between the Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) of former international footballer George Weah and the Liberty Party (LP) of Councillor Charles Walker Brumskine, the former Senate leader in the regime of Charles Taylor, 1997-2003...


Critics, crooks and credibility

A more likely name is Charles Brumskine, a former Taylor ally turned opponent, head of the Liberty Party, who came third behind Sirleaf and Weah in 2005...


Penalty shoot out

International observers (and most Liberians) thought the poll free and fair but that hasn't stopped third-placed lawyer Charles Walker Brumskine (13...


The soccer vote

Another strong-running lawyer, Charles Walker Brumskine, was Senate President after the 1997 elections but clashed with Taylor and went abroad in 1999...


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Reining in the military

Of the five frontrunners - footballer George Weah, Charles Brumskine, Winston Tubman, Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and Varney Sherman - only Sherman has had significant links with Taylor in the past...


Silencing the guns

Credible mainstream politicians such as Charles Brumskine and Ellen Johnson Sirleaf accept that the UN presence will have to continue for perhaps a year beyond the elections scheduled for October 2005...


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