Supreme Court Stops Liberia's Runoff Elections - Report
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 All Liberian Party and the Alternative National Congress, citing mass irregularities and fraud.
Liberia: Supreme Court Stops Runoff Election
FrontPageAfrica, 1 November 2017
The Supreme Court of Liberia has ordered the National Elections Commission (NEC) to stay any and all actions in the pending runoff election scheduled for November 7, 2017 in line… Read more »
Deutsche Welle, 2 November 2017
Fraud claims and voting irregularities have prompted Liberia's Supreme Court to order a temporary halt on run-off elections next week. The West African nation is voting for a… Read more »
FrontPageAfrica, 31 October 2017
The fate of Liberia's peace now rests in the hands of the justices of the Supreme Court of Liberia, Senator George Weah, standard bearer of the Coalition for Democratic Change… Read more »
Observer, 31 October 2017
A decision whether or not the November 7 runoff will go on as planned now rests with Associate Justice Kabineh M. Ja'neh, presiding chamber justice of the Supreme Court, who is… Read more »
Police patrolled the streets ahead of the announcement of election results.