As Liberia prepares to hold an election to see the first handover of power from one democratically elected leader to another since 1944, four civil society organizations have banded together to serve as local observers to the elections under the banner of the Liberia Election Observation Network.
With five months to the presidential and legislative elections, NAYMOTE Partners for Democratic Development has conducted a public opinion poll on citizensâ€™ perception of the current lawmakers in Liberia, revealing that 65 percent of registered voters are disappointed with their current lawmakers.
The National Elections Commission has issued the writs of elections to the 19 elections magistrates across the country. The process means that the magistrates now have the authority to hold the 2017 elections in the countryâ€™s 73 electoral districts.
Despite his consistent denial of media reports that he holds a U.S. citizenship, at least one more document has surfaced confirming that the chairman of the National Elections Commission, Jerome Korkoya, is a U.S. citizen.
Hundreds of young people gathered at the Sports Commission on Friday to witness live performances of Liberiaâ€™s best young emerging new artists.
In the wake of debates among citizens on the implementation of the Code of Conduct, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on Tuesday, March 14 issued Executive Order No. 83, specifying some requirements for the Office of the Ombudsman.
The National Elections Commission has announced an extension of the voter registration process taking place across the country by an additional one week.
The Liberia National Police on Wednesday, March 1, charged four suspects recently arrested in Lower Johnsonville, Montserrado with illegally possessing election materials.