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NEC Releases Provisional Listings of Candidates for Montserrado’s By-Elections

NEC Releases Provisional Listings of Candidates for Montserrado’s By-Elections

The National Elections Commission has released the provisional listing of candidates contesting in the Montserrado representative and senatorial by-elections.

AFL Finds That Soldier Violated Military Code With Facebook Post

The Armed Forces of Liberia has found that one of its soldiers, Sieh Collins, failed to uphold the military’s regulations after he made a controversial Facebook post.

Rep. Yekeh Kolubah Pledges Support to Collaborating Opposition Political Parties

Montserrado’s tenth district representative, Yekeh Kolubah, has pledged his support to the opposition collaborating political parties. He did so on Sunday after he led a team of supporters to Unity Party’s headquarter in Congo Town.

Unity Party Suspends Eight Senators for Voting for Associate Justice’s Impeachment

Unity Party announced on Tuesday that it has suspended the membership of eight senators for failing to adhere to its position in voting for the impeachment of former Supreme Court associate justice, Kabineh Ja’neh.

Liberty Party Suspends Lawmaker for Voting for Ja’neh’s Impeachment

The opposition Liberty Party has suspended the membership of Grand Bassa’s Senator Jonathan Kaipay for allegedly violating his oath to uphold the constitution of the country as a senator and violating the constitution of the party, which highlights respect for the rule of law.

Police Confirm Montserrado’s Representative Adolph Lawrence Has Died in Car Crash

The Liberian National Police has confirmed that Montserrado’s 15th district representative, Adolph Lawrence, died in a car crash on Sunday night near Tower Hill on the Roberts International Airport highway.

Full Transcript: Joint Political Parties’ Response to Weah’s Second Annual Message

In response to President George Weah’s second Annual Message before the National Legislature, four political parties – the Alternative National Congress, the All Liberian Party, Liberty Party, and Unity Party – delivered a joint critique of the president’s speech.