NEC, ECOWAS, UN Meet Presidential Aspirants Tomorrow

MONROVIA: As political parties and aspirants gear up for the commencement of political campaign on August 5, 2023, the National Elections Commission (NEC), in collaboration with the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS) and the United Nations (UN) will Wednesday, August 2 hold a briefing with Presidential Aspirants for the 2023 Electoral Process.

According to a Monday, July 31, 2023 press release from the National Elections Commission, the briefing is a reaffirmation of the Board of Commissioners’ pledge and determination to apply all of the best practices to ensure a peaceful electoral process and further deepen the understanding of the aspirants about ongoing preparations for the election.

The event is a part of the Electoral Management Body’s ongoing dialogue with stakeholders to promote inclusive, credible, peaceful, and non-violent elections, as enshrined in the Farmington River Declaration recently signed by registered political parties and independent aspirants.

The engagement will address the basic information that all aspirants, supporters, and voters must conduct themselves in a peaceful and non-violent manner before, during, and after the elections.

It will allow the NEC to interact with the aspirants and solicit their commitment to a peaceful and non-violent electoral process.

Meanwhile, the Commission has released the final voter registration data per electoral district and voting precincts on its website (

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