Grand Bassa County Senator, Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence, has written the Liberian Senate requesting the appearance of the entire Board of Commissioners of the National Elections Commission (NEC) for a full-scale inquiry into the status of the Supreme Court’s mandate as contained in the High Court’s Ruling into electoral disputes arising from the 2017 Elections.
According to Liberty Party (LP) press release issued yesterday February, 6, 2019, and signed by its Deputy Secretary Press and Propaganda, Kla-Edward Toomey, “Senator Karnga-Lawrence wants the Plenary of the Senate to inquire into the NEC’s compliance with the Court’s 2017 mandate requesting it to fully clean-up the Final Registration Roll, ensuring the removal of multiple names; the timely and effective publication of the Final Registration Roll; and that addendum to the FRR be limited to only those listed in the NEC’s polling and counting manual”.
The release further said also Political Leader of Liberty Party, the Grand Bassa County Senator made the submission to her colleagues in a communication that read in part, “I herewith draw your attention to a matter seemingly forgotten about, but which poses arguably the biggest challenge to the long-term peace and security of our country as history has irrefutably shown.”
It can be recalled that Liberty Party and the Unity Party jointly instituted legal proceedings against the results of the 2017 General Elections on account of frauds and irregularities including an FFR infested with multiple entries as well as instances of votes shrinking.
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