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NEC Says Supreme Court’s Ruling On “Code of Conduct” is Monkey Wrench, Could impact Election Timetable and Open Floodgate of “Due Process” Complaints

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July 21, 2017

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Liberia: NEC Says Supreme Court’s Ruling On “Code of Conduct” is Monkey Wrench, Could impact Election Timetable and Open Floodgate of “Due Process” Complaints


  By Symthe-Socrates Saywon thenewdispensation@gmail.com   MONROVIA– The Chairman of the National Election Commission of Liberia, Cllr. Jerome Korkoya, in a VOA Daybreak Africa interview Thursday giving the Commission’s first reaction to the ruling on the “Code of Conduct” issued yesterday by Supreme Court of Liberia ruling in a case brought before the high Court by Vice Presidential… Read More ›

Liberia: Supreme Court Rules Election Commission Withdraws Karnwea’s Rejection in 48 Hours and Provide Him Due Process.


Source: Liberia: Supreme Court Rules Election Commission Withdraws Karnwea’s Rejection in 48 Hours and Provide Him Due Process.

Liberia: Supreme Court Rules Election Commission Withdraws Karnwea’s Rejection in 48 Hours and Provide Him Due Process.


By Socrates-Smythe Sawywon thenewdispensation@gmail.com The Supreme Court of Liberia few hours ago ruled on a contentious case brought before the Court  by Mr. Harrison Karnwea against the National Election Commission after the election  rejected his nomination for being in Violation of the National Code of Conduct. Delivering the Court’s ruling, Justice  Philip A. Z. Banks, III,  said… Read More ›

SOS CALL: Help Save the Life of a 2nd Degree Burn Liberian Electrical Engineer Lecturer Seek Medical Treatment Abroad


Source: SOS CALL: Help Save the Life of a 2nd Degree Burn Liberian Electrical Engineer Lecturer Seek Medical Treatment Abroad

SOS CALL: Help Save the Life of a 2nd Degree Burn Liberian Electrical Engineer Lecturer Seek Medical Treatment Abroad


“The Management of  ‘The New Dispensation” joins the Gargard family of a Liberia to send out an “SOS Call” every person of goodwill to donate to the $150k (US dollars) Medical Fund setup by the Gargard family the save the life their love one,  Mr Nelson Gargard who got tragically burned on December 24, 2016  while trying to recuse his 15-years old daughter from the fire when their house  got engulfed in flames while the family was asleep. Unfortunately, his 15-years old  little girl died in the fire but Mr. Gargard suffered severe burn and needs medical treatment abroad for reconstructive surgery”.

TND Alert: Liberia’s Supreme Court Denies Abu Kamara Challenge On “Code of Conduct,” Others Could Follow


Source: TND Alert: Liberia’s Supreme Court Denies Abu Kamara Challenge On “Code of Conduct,” Others Could Follow

TND Alert: Liberia’s Supreme Court Denies Abu Kamara Challenge On “Code of Conduct,” Others Could Follow


  By Symthe-Socrates Saywon thenewdispensation@gmail.com MONROVIA-The Supreme Court of Liberia has denied the challenge argument put forward Abu Kamara’s lawyer on the National Code of Conduct brought before it by Assistant Minister Abu Kamara after being denied by the National Election Commission for  from contesting for House of Representative in the pending October elections in… Read More ›

Liberia: LIAFO Welcomes Information Minister Resignation to Adhere to “Code of Conduct”


Source: Liberia: LIAFO Welcomes Information Minister Resignation to Adhere to “Code of Conduct”

Liberia: LIAFO Welcomes Information Minister Resignation to Adhere to “Code of Conduct”


PRESS RELEASE By Liberia-America Friendship Organization The Liberia-America Friendship Organization, (LIAFO) an observer group observing the electoral process and to observe the October 10th Elections of Liberia welcomes the resignation of Hon Eugene Nagbe, Minister of Information from his post to focus on his position as Secretary General of the Unity Party in adherence to… Read More ›

LIAFO Lauds NEC for Enforcing “Code of Conduct”/Election Laws But Calls For Sanctity At the Commission Too


Source: LIAFO Lauds NEC for Enforcing “Code of Conduct”/Election Laws But Calls For Sanctity At the Commission Too

LIAFO Lauds NEC for Enforcing “Code of Conduct”/Election Laws But Calls For Sanctity At the Commission Too


“If Liberia must change, it takes individual and collective effort and the selfless stance of every Liberian can stand up for in the interest of the national advancement of the country and the NEC is at this place in history making where you choose you place far from paralells of the 1928 and 1985 elections.

In appreciation of the new dispensation the Commission is sailing the country through, LIAFO again commends you and stresses you equitably apply the laws without favor or special interest and let Liberia ehcoes across international wires, that Africa’s oldest Republic and democracy has done it again, and is BACK!”

Organization Fostering U S-Liberia Relations Lobbies US Lawmakers to Prevail On U S Government Extend TPS For Liberians


Source: Organization Fostering U S-Liberia Relations Lobbies US Lawmakers to Prevail On U S Government Extend TPS For Liberians

Organization Fostering U S-Liberia Relations Lobbies US Lawmakers to Prevail On U S Government Extend TPS For Liberians


Source: Organization Fostering U S-Liberia Relations Lobbies US Lawmakers to Prevail On U S Government Extend TPS For Liberians

Organization Fostering U S-Liberia Relations Lobbies US Lawmakers to Prevail On U S Government Extend TPS For Liberians


“The organization fostering US-Liberia relations, the Liberia-America Friendship Organization spent the entire Monday working phones and communicating United States lawmakers appealing to them to prevail on the U S government including President Trump, State Department and Homeland Secretary to extend Temporary Protected Status (TPS) for the over two thousand Liberians who TPS status expired last Saturday”.

Liberia: Code of Conduct Headache, Liberty Party In Search of New Vice Standard Bearer


  By J K K Peah thenewdispensation@gmail.com Liberia’s  National Code of Conduct is becoming  for political parties and aspirants who intending to contest the country’s election in October following the March ruling of the Supreme Court upholding as constitutional and  the 10-Year Residency Clause. binding and applicable the October elections thereby forcing recasitrant aspirants and political… Read More ›

Liberia: “Warrant of Arrest” In United States For Dept. Police Director, A B Kromah For Child & Spousal Support Default.


Source: Liberia: “Warrant of Arrest” In United States For Dept. Police Director, A B Kromah For Child & Spousal Support Default.

Liberia: “Warrant of Arrest” In United States For Dept. Police Director, A B Kromah For Child & Spousal Support Default.


Source: Liberia: “Warrant of Arrest” In United States For Dept. Police Director, A B Kromah For Child & Spousal Support Default.

Liberia: “Warrant of Arrest” In United States For Dept. Police Director, A B Kromah For Child & Spousal Support Default.


  J K K Peah thenewdispensation@gmail.com New Jersey- Elizabeth County Court in the state of New Jersey, United States has issued a Bench Warrant for  arrest of Liberia’s Deputy Police Director,  Abraham B Kromah for Child and Spousal support. According to court documents, the Liberian Deputy Police Director is in default paying his Child Support in the amount… Read More ›

Deviant Aspirants Hope Dashed: Dr Sawyer & Governance Commission Back Peddle, Standby Supreme Court’s Ruling On “Code of Conduct”, 10-Year Clause and Constitution


Source: Deviant Aspirants Hope Dashed: Dr Sawyer & Governance Commission Back Peddle, Standby Supreme Court’s Ruling On “Code of Conduct”, 10-Year Clause and Constitution

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