Political parties in Liberia have identified the adoption of a biometric voter registration as their priority for electoral reform.
The local pollster, Liberia Holding Consortium has released its fourth report on the perception of voters for the pending October 10 elections.
With just a little over one month ahead of the October presidential and legislative elections, a seemingly fake poll has been circulating in the media, with FrontPage Africa and Facebook serving as the main channels through which it is spread.
Two executives of the opposition Congress for Democratic Change have disproved allegations that the party’s standard bearer, George Weah, holds an American citizenship.
With less than two months to the October 10 polls, the National Elections Commission has named CETIS as the company certified to print all ballot papers.
The mandate of the United Nations Mission in Liberia has again been extended until December 31 this year. The decision to extend the operation was made through a Security Council resolution, 2308 adopted on Wednesday. It followed growing concerns from citizens over long term stability ahead of elections in October next year.
The Liberia People Democratic Party has strongly criticized the ruling Unity Party for its position in the ongoing crisis at the House of Representatives.
Jeremiah Koung, representative for Nimba’s first district, has for the first time commented on the National Code of Conduct, offering a defense for the controversial law.