On Wednesday, the Supreme Court ordered the National Elections Commission, Unity Party, and Liberty Party to appear before it for hearing into the ongoing elections fraud case.
The 15th iteration of the Doing Business Report, a flagship product of the World Bank Group, has been released, with Liberia placing 172nd. That rank is two places higher than the previous year when the country ranked 174th out of 190 economies worldwide.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf briefly addressed the nation a day after a Supreme Court ruling put the runoff elections on hold.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued a warning to Education Minister George Werner against derogative comments made on social media.
Amid speculations that Sen. Prince Johnson may choose to endorse the Coalition for Democratic Change in the second round of the presidential elections, Nimba’s other senator, Thomas Grupee, has said such endorsement is “not possible.”
Over the weekend, the current Nimba superintendent, D. Dorr Cooper announced that he would soon officially endorse the presidential candidate of the opposition Coalition for Democratic Change, George Weah.
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.
The government of the United States has warned against violence, and called on Liberians to remain peaceful and respect the democratic process, as the country goes to elections on Tuesday.