"No accredited Liberian, regional, or international observation group suggested that the cumulative anomalies observed reflect systemic issues sufficient to undermine the fundamental integrity of the electoral process," the U.S. embassy has said.
The Way Forward for the Stalled Liberian Election Process
CFA, 20 November 2017
Liberia held its presidential elections on October 10, 2017, which marked the first peaceful transfer of power in the country since 1944. President Ellen Sirleaf Johnson, who… Read more »
U.S. Wants Boakai, Weah to Focus On Runoff
Observer, 16 November 2017
The United States Government, through its Embassy accredited near Monrovia says it has confidence in the integrity of the hotly contested October 10 presidential and… Read more »
U.S. Govt - 'We Have Confidence in Integrity of October 2017 Elections'
FrontPageAfrica, 16 November 2017
The United States embassy in Monrovia says it had not seen no sign of manipulation in last month's election in Liberia, amid allegations of irregularities and fraud that have… Read more »
U.S. Backs October 10 Polls
NEWS, 16 November 2017
The United States Embassy in Monrovia says it has confidence in the integrity of the October 10 elections. Read more »
U.S. Govt Expresses 'Confidence' in October Elections
U.S. Embassy Monrovia, 24 October 2017
The U.S. Embassy in Monrovia was inspired by 1.5 million Liberians who expressed their commitment to and faith in democracy by voting in the October 10 elections. The U.S. Embassy… Read more »
Ambassador Christine Elder
Electoral Impasse Leading to Scarcity As Economy Suffers Blow
FrontPageAfrica, 15 November 2017
The current political deadlock has not only left Liberians in suspense over whether or not there will a successor to President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf when her tenure officially… Read more »
Electoral Case Worries Senate
New Dawn, 15 November 2017
The ongoing legal battle between the opposition Liberty Party of Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine and co-complainants, and the National Elections Commission has led members of the… Read more »
Members of the panel are due to hold 'peace talks' with heads of political parties that are contesting the result of the October elections. Read more »
The African Union and the Economic Community of West African States are working with political parties and the government to resolve the political impasse that has gripped the ... Read more »
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said that her attention was drawn to a surge of profanities on social media a week following the end of the first round of ... Read more »
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