Political parties in Liberia have identified the adoption of a biometric voter registration as their priority for electoral reform.
The National Elections Commission or NEC has officially announced the results of the November 20 senatorial and representative byelections for Sinoe and Montserrado’s thirteenth district, respectively.
The National Elections Commission has said it will not be possible to conduct senatorial by-elections for Montserrado and Bong within the constitutional time frame.
On Tuesday, March 27, the Supreme Court will hear legal arguments in the election dispute case in Nimba’s fourth district involving Garrison Yealue, the incumbent lawmaker, and his rival Gunpue L. Kargon.
Shortly after the close of voting in Tuesday’s presidential runoff election, the National Elections Commission has described the poll as “smooth and marked by improvements.”
With two days until the runoff election and all Supreme Court cases now resolved, the major question on the mind of voters is how prepared the country is for the December 26 election.
A day after the announcement of the date for the presidential runoff election, four civil society organizations staged a peaceful protest at the National Elections Commission headquarters calling for Chairman Jerome Korkoya to resign immediately.
On Tuesday, November 12, the National Elections Commission announced the date for the runoff election between the Unity Party and Coalition for Democratic Change as December 26.