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“Liberia Might Run into Chaos in 2023 If…”

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Minutes following his induction, Nimba County Senator Jeremiah Kpan Koung, warned of "chaos" in the 2023 Presidential and Legislative Elections if nothing is done...

Number of Seated Senators Reach 27

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-- As three certificated Senators Kanneh, Smith and Koung get inducted today Following months of legal battles before the National Elections Commission and the Supreme...

Influence of ‘Big Money’ in Politics

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NAYMOTE Enlightens Young People As part of its educational program on governance under the Young Political Leadership School (YPLS), Naymote Partners for Democratic Development is...

Koung Joins Colleagues at Senate

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Jeremiah Koung, former Nimba County Electoral District #1 Representative who was recently declared winner in the December 8, 2020 senatorial election by the Supreme...

‘Balance Equation for Women in Legislature’

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Although the bill seeking to allot 30 percent representation of women in the Legislature is yet to find its space for passage, MacDella Cooper,...

All Propositions Defeated in December 8 Referendum

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The most delayed and long-awaited official final report on the December 8, 2020 National Referendum was yesterday released to the public by the National...

NEC Reports Final Referendum Results Today

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Authorities at the National Elections Commission (NEC) say Liberians and others interested to know about the outcomes on the Propositions voted for or against...

Cllr. Gongloe: “Sen. Johnson Intimidated Voters ahead of December 8 Elections”

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Unbelievably at the Supreme Court on Tuesday, March 29, Counselor Tiawan Gongloe, instead of addressing himself to his complaint of election irregularities and fraud for...

Kanneh, Smith to Join the Senate

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-After long period of election disputes After months of election disputes calling for a rerun and recount of ballots in Gbarpolu and Rivercess Counties, Botoe...

Row over Cllr. Wright’s Legal Status Delays Samukai’s Certification Case

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Hearing into the stay order on the certification of Lofa County Senator-elect, Brownie J. Samukai, ended in confusion on Monday, March 29, when Associate Justice...

Parsing Legal Standing in Samukai’s Certification Case

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Having made a payment of US$10,000 as portion of the judgment settlement of the over US$1 million that the Supreme Court mandated the Lofa...

“Supreme Court Decision Strengthens Public Confidence in Justice System”

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-- Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott shares thoughts on Botoe Kanneh’s post-election legal battle Cllr. Gloria Musa Scott, a former Chief Justice of the Supreme Court...

Victory for Botoe Kanneh

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-- But Supreme Court cites threats to Liberia’s peace due to MOJ’s failure to investigate election violence Surrounded by her Lawyers and supporters, Gbarpolu...

Mo Ali: ‘Ploy Against NEC Meant through Legal Means’

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The Secretary-General of the former ruling Unity Party (UP), Mohammed Ali, says his March 1, 2021 Facebook post, alluding to a ploy against the...

NEC Reserves Rulings in Cape Mount, Sinoe Elections Disputes

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The Board of Commissioners (BoC) of the National Elections Commission (NEC) has heard arguments and counter-arguments and reserved rulings in disputes that arose from...

Rep. Nyumalin Backtracks on Comments, But…

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Representative Francis Nyumalin has clarified that he has no intentions of unseating the government of President Weah. The clarification comes few days after the...

Samukai’s Supporters Raise US$10K to Help with Restitution

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Supporters of Brownie J. Samukai, Senator-elect of Lofa County, yesterday began the restitution of the over US$1 million, as ordered by the Courts, as...

Geevon Smith Vindicated

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-- As Rivercess Post-Election’s Hullabaloo ends after entire County recount The much-anticipated recount in Rivercess County following expressions of discontentment by Steve Tequah, an independent...

CEDEM Blames Supreme Court’s 2014 Ruling for NEC’s Hurdles

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The Center for Development and Election Management (CEDEM) says ruling by the Supreme Court in 2014 to remove the "Rremedial Provision" in the 1986...

“NEC Is Without Capacity, Competence to Deliver…”

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--CPP Says Enough is Enough; Vows to Resist Politically and Legally The leadership of the Collaborating Political Parties has concluded that the current composition of...