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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Observer, 18 July 2017
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New Dawn, 18 July 2017
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Liberia: Supreme Court Backs NEC
NEWS, 18 July 2017
The Supreme Court of Liberia has denied a prohibition filed by aspirant Abu Kamara, who was recently rejected by the National Elections Commission (NEC). Read more »
The Supreme Court of Liberia
The court's decision to uphold the controversial Code of Conduct, which requires some public officials to resign before running for office in October, may likely exclude those who ... Read more »