The board of commissioners of the National Elections Commission has upheld a decision by its chief hearing officer who ruled against the challenge of the results of the October polls by the opposition Liberty Party and the ruling Unity Party.
Supreme Court Hears LP, UP Appeals Friday
Observer, 28 November 2017
The canceled November 7 runoff election could soon get a new date next month if the Supreme Court starts hearing Liberty Party (LP) and Unity Party's (UP) appeals on Friday,… Read more »
Temple of Justice, home of the Supreme Court of Liberia.
Ecowas Parliament Opens With Focus On Liberian Elections
FrontPageAfrica, 28 November 2017
The Fourth Legislature of the ECOWAS Parliament commenced its Second Ordinary Session in Abuja, the Federal Republic of Nigeria with the Speaker of the ECOWAS Parliament drawing… Read more »
Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari has expressed hope that the verdict of the Supreme Court of Liberia will be acceptable to all in order to ensure a peaceful transfer ... Read more »
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 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 »
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