The Government of Liberia Must Move beyond Condemnation and Act in Accordance to its Constitutional Mandate to End the Continuing and Pervasive Violence against all women in Liberia.
The Liberia National Police is warning supporters of the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change and the four opposition collaboration political parties to stay off the premises of the National Elections Commission.
The Liberian Senate has called the heads of national security institutions in the country to address concerns of recent reports of electoral violence.
Activists are gathering for a mass sit-in today at the Monrovia City Hall to demand actions from the government to end violence against women.
At the official opening of a special presidential retreat held at the Farmington Hotel over the weekend, President George Weah appealed to members of the National Legislature to approve eight revised propositions for referendum to amend the 1986 constitution.
After a violent elections-related episode in Montserrado’s 15th district, the Liberia National Police has released a statement that it is investigating the issue.
The Liberia National Police says it arrested 11 persons linked to the Tuesday, August 13 elections violence at the National Elections Commission’s headquarters.
The National Elections Commission has announced it will rule into complaints filed against it in Montserrado’s 15th district representative by-election tomorrow, August 14.