How Julie Fartorma Wiah upset the bowl of rice and took home the whole hog

By Peter Kieh Doe For the first time since 1944, when incumbent President Edwin J. Barclay did not participate in the elections as a candidate, but presided over a transition and gave the presidency to William V.S. Tubman, Liberians will vote in representative and presidential elections in 2017. The incumbent president will not partake as a candidate. Why? Because the constitution limits the presidency to two terms. The second term of the incumbent president will expire in early 2018. At that time, the Country will transition from the outgoing president…

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