Provisional results released by the National Elections Commission on Sunday indicate that five of Bong’s seven representatives have lost their seats at the National Legislature.
The Carter Center, an international organization monitoring Liberia’s election, has called on the National Elections Commission to take steps in addressing challenges to improve situations in future elections in the country.
Results from the National Elections Commission’s magisterial office in Cestos have shown that the incumbent Alfred Jweh of the Coalition for Democratic Change has lost to Rosanna Schaack of Liberty Party in the county’s first district.
Barely three days after election day, one of Liberia’s main opposition political parties, Liberty Party, has described the results of the October 10 polls as ‘not valid’ based on evidence in its possession.
The European Union Election Observation Mission has released its preliminary findings on the October 10 presidential and representative elections in Liberia.
Following the polls on Tuesday, the National Democratic Institute, which served as an observer to the polls, has described the process as well-conducted while reporting that elections day was also peaceful.
Liberia conducted its first transitional election after the 14-year civil crisis. Watch as citizens across metropolitan Monrovia queue up to vote and voice their reasons for their choices.
Far ahead of the pronouncement of final official results of Tuesday’s elections, international media have been falsely announcing that the candidate for the Coalition for Democratic Change, George Weah, has been elected president.