ATTORNEY BLOH of the ECC told FrontPageAfrica Wednesday that the nominee to co-chair NEC, Cllr. Reeves has strong ties to the ruling Coalition for Democratic Change because she contested on the party’s ticket in the 2017 elections as Representative Candidate for River Cess County. Editor's Desk 

Alarm Bells Over Partisan Appointments National Elections Commission By Weah

  E D I T O R I A L   OVER THE PAST SEVERAL weeks, there has been a lot of wrangling over the nominations of chairperson and commissioners at the National Elections Commission. BACK IN MARCH, the largest civil society group which oversees electoral matters out-rightly rejected President George Weah’s picks to the NEC. THE ECC expressed concerns that the President’s nominations lacked broad-based consultations with stakeholders. WHILE IT REALIZED that the President has the power to appoint, ECC took serious exception to the nomination of Cllr. Ndubuisi Nwabudike,…

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Liberia has been looted and turned into a wasteland of neocolonial capitalism. The havoc wrought on the society by Weah is revealing of national neglect and the intense level of contempt Ellen and her cabal must-have for poor and working people to have orchestrated this farce on the fatherland. Weah's actions have angered the people, and they resolved to vote the CDC out at any electoral poll. And here comes the dubious plan Weah has reached. So, we are not astonished upon reading the list which comprises names of familiar stooges. Op-ed 

IJG: President Weah’s Criminal Enterprise Extend Its Tentacles To The NEC

      POSITION STATEMENT THE INTERNATIONAL JUSTICE GROUP (IJG) REJECTS THE APPOINTMENT OF THE NEW HEAD OF THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS COMMISSION (NEC) AS NOMINATED BY PRESIDENT WEAH AND DEMAND THAT THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS COMMISSION (NEC) BE REFORMED BEFORE ANY FURTHER ELECTIONS ARE HELD IN LIBERIA UNDER ITS AUSPICES AS THE ELECTORAL GOVERNING BODY   WASHINGTON DC March 25, 2020 FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE REJECTION OF NEW NEC BOSS   THE IJG REJECTS THE APPOINTMENT OF CLLR A NDUBUSI NWABUDIKE AS CHAIRMAN OF THE NATIONAL ELECTIONS COMMISSION OF LIBERIA (NEC) AND…

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ALLEGED CORRUPTION AT NEC

The Editor, NEC got to be careful how it takes care of its staffers in these elections. Peaceful & Transparent Elections must begin with NEC. It has being alleged that NEC promised to pay exhibition officers and Clerks US$15 plus feeding for the 3 days training workshop(US$5 per day). But, to the surprised of the over 400 young people trained in Montserrado County, precisely at the Mount Barclay NEC center, on yesterday, the paying team decided to pay them only US$5.00 claiming that the staffs were fed. According to my…

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Politics 

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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