A full bench of the Supreme Court will decide whether to allow either a runoff or rerun of the October 10 presidential and legislative elections. A runoff will see the ruling Unity Party's Joseph Boakai face-off against George Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change.
Runoff or Rerun, Supreme Court Decides Today
Observer, 7 December 2017
Public concern on whether the Supreme Court will allow either a runoff or rerun of the October 10 presidential and legislative elections, is expected to be settled today in a… Read more »
How Liberians Can Replace Damaged, Lost Voter Cards
Liberians are anticipating a new date to conclude the October 10 election process, with many relishing the opportunity to cast their votes to determine the country's next… Read more »
Will Supreme Court Demand Cleaning of Voter Roll?
Observer, 5 December 2017
The validity of the Final Registration Roll (FRR) is the final point of contention between the NEC and the complainant parties, LP and UP. Read more »
Senator Weah Calls On Supporters to Fast, Pray for Court's Final Verdict
FrontPageAfrica, 6 December 2017
Senator George Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) Wednesday, 6 December, called on his supporters to fast and pray as they await the final verdict from the Supreme… Read more »
An electoral crisis has compounded Liberia's economic problems, with conditions becoming intolerable in a nation hugely reliant on informal trading for income. Businesses in the ... Read more »
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 ... Read more »
The parliament's Speaker, Moustapha Cisse Lo, has also paid tribute to regional leaders for their "outstanding contributions to the stability of the region". Read more »
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