A Supreme Court has ruled March 31 as the date on which the presidential election run-off will be held, after a request for a postponement by the National Electoral Commission was received. The new date is four days later than the original date.
Sierra Leone Heads Into Hotly Contested Election Runoff
Deutsche Welle, 30 March 2018
The country will choose a new president on Saturday in a final runoff between Samura Kamara and Julius Maada Bio following a delay instigated by fraud allegations from the ruling… Read more »
Presidential Run-Off Now March 31
Vanguard, 27 March 2018
Sierra Leone's presidential election run-off will now hold on March 31, four days later than planned, the Supreme Court ruled on Monday. The court made the ruling after receiving a… Read more »
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Presidential Run-Off Set for March 31
Daily Trust, 27 March 2018
Sierra Leone's delayed presidential election run-off will go ahead on March 31, the National Electoral Commission said in a statement on Monday, after a delay caused by allegations… Read more »
SLPP Reacts to Interim Injunction - 'It's a Deliberate Ploy By President Koroma to Illegally Extend His Tenure'
Concord, 26 March 2018
The main opposition Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) has described the interim injunction restraining the National Electoral Commission from conducting Tuesday's presidential… Read more »
NEC 'Temporarily Cease All Logistical Preparations for the Run-Off'
Chief Electoral Officer Mohamed Nfa Alie Conteh: hamstrung by a controversial interim injunction Read more »
The country's run-off election is set to take place as scheduled after the High Court lifted an interim injunction, two days after it temporarily halted the vote which had been ... Read more »
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