Congress for Democratic Change
Published 15th September, 2011
The Congress for Democratic Change or CDC was established prior to the 2005 general and presidential election by supporters of George Weah. Weah was a footballer of international fame turned politician and he came second in the 2005 election, taking 40.6% of the vote in the second round runoff.
The party did better in the House of Representatives, coming first with 15 seats and taking three seats in the Senate.