Liberian Court Upholds Code of Conduct in Landmark Ruling

The country's Supreme Court has upheld a decision by the National Elections Commission to bar a government official from running for a seat at the national legislalture in October because he did not resign beforehand in accordance with the Code of Conduct for public officials.



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