National Elections Commission certificated Roger S. W. Y. Domah, clearing him to serve as representative of Nimba’s seventh district.
Judge Yarmie Q. Gbeisay is fighting to dispel rumors that he influenced a Supreme Court judge to rule in Younquoi’s favor.
President George Weah’s nominee for justice minister is raising concerns about the new president’s commitment to fighting corruption.
Representative Larry P. Younquoi has been officially certificated by the National Elections Commission after he was cleared by the Supreme Court.
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 official date for the presidential runoff election, the European Union Election Observation Mission to Liberia has redeployed its 20 long term observers across the country.
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.
After the Supreme Court ruled on December 7 to allow the National Elections Commission to proceed with a runoff election, Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson has weighed in, saying that the decision was expected, given the country’s lack of funds to proceed with a re-run.