Amid ongoing dialogue on reforms in Liberia’s electoral system, two former officials in Bomi are calling for an amendment in the National Code of Conduct to include other officials in the legislature and judiciary.
After a bitter election campaign in Nimba’s eighth electoral district that was eventually decided by the Supreme Court, defeated vice presidential candidate Harrison Karnwea is calling on Nimbaians to stop attacking Chief Justice Francis Korkpor for his perceived role in the issue.
Traders in Nimba’s commercial hub, Ganta, are complaining that the uncertainty caused by the current impasse in the elections is making it much more difficult to do business.
Liberty Party has launched its campaign in Buchanan with several thousands of supporters in attendance over the weekend.
Members of the House of Representatives have voted to reject the writ of prohibition issued by the Supreme Court against their impeachment proceedings over three justices of the court.
The Supreme Court has finally cleared the vice standard bearers of Liberty Party and the Alternative National Congress, Harrison Karnwea and Jeremiah Sulunteh, respectively.
Progressive provisional candidate listing released by the National Elections Commission indicates that the number of female candidates so far cleared to contest in the October 10 elections is very low.
As the deadline approaches for the candidate nominations for the October 10 elections, there have been many developments that have called for clarification, especially with news of candidates being rejected and the nomination period being extended.