No Run-Off Election for Liberia on November 7
The Supreme Court of Liberia has granted the opposition Liberty Party's petition for a Writ of Prohibition on the November 7 Runoff Election.
This is Africa, 6 November 2017
The nullification of the August 8 elections in by the Supreme Court of Kenya, was celebrated as a welcome precedent and Liberia has followed suit. The Liberian Supreme Court… Read more »
Liberia: Supreme Court Stops Run-Off Polls
FrontPageAfrica, 6 November 2017
The Supreme Court of Liberia has granted the opposition Liberty Party's petition for a Writ of Prohibition on the November 7 Runoff Election. Read more »
The Supreme Court in Liberia has halted the second runoff elections that were to be held on the 7th of November following a petition to look into the first round of elections.
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The Liberty Party had requested the Writ of Prohibition, and were joined in their call for a rerun of the October 10 presidential and legislative elections by the Unity Party, the ... Read more »
Temple of Justice, home of the Supreme Court of Liberia.