Liberia's Supreme Court told the electoral commission to proceed with organizing the final round of presidential elections that was initially scheduled November 7 but put on hold to probe allegations of fraud during the first round.
Liberians are eagerly awaiting the ruling of the Supreme Court, the final arbiter of justice, as to whether there will be a runoff as expected by many Liberians or the rerun prayed for by the Liberty party and collaborating parties.
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Between them, these firms control 1,242 brands, 907 of which are used to market alcohol, confectionery, savoury snacks, and sugary drinks.
That request was denied by the court which said it was "not convinced that burden of proof was met", thereby paving the way for the planned runoff between former worldwide footballer George Weah and current Vice-President Joseph Boakai to move forward as planned.
The Supreme Court on November 1 halted preparations for the second round to hear complaints lodged by presidential candidate Charles Brumskine, who came third as leader of the Liberty Party.
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In recent weeks, Liberians have been unnerved by the increased presence of armed police on the streets as the country's highest court deliberated a challenge by third place finisher Charles Brumskine alleging fraud in the first round.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is due to step down on January 18 after completing two five-year mandates.
Snow and ice warning for Donegal today
Last night Met Eireann issued a status yellow snow-ice warning for the entire country which will come into force later today. Meanwhile, the Road Safety Authority has warned motorists to expect the unexpected with high winds and icy conditions.