The Economic Community of West African States, the African Union, and the United Nations Mission in Liberia have expressed deep concern over the timeline for the country’s democratic transition, amid the current political situation.
Pearl Brown-Bull, a Liberian lawyer who was a signatory to the 1986 constitution, has criticized the presence of ECOWAS and African Union leaders in the country, saying that the country’s judicial system can handle the current situation without outside interference.
Guinean president Alpha Conde and Togolese president Faure Gnassingbe recently ended a one-day political stakeholders’ meeting in Liberia with heads of various political parties.
Unofficial provisional results from across the country indicate that the Liberty Party of Charles Brumskine is performing poorly in the elections contrary to expectations.
head of official pronouncements by the National Elections Commission, unofficial provisional results from some part of the country have signaled defeats for most incumbent lawmakers.
In Montserrado sixth district, the results have so far indicated that Talk show host, Henry Costa is performing poorly.
Unofficial provisional results from across the country have placed George Weah of the Coalition for Democratic Change and Joseph Boakai of the ruling Unity Party in the lead.
Citizens turned out to vote on Tuesday in a historic election in Liberia to see the first post-war transition of power from one elected government to another.