The Supreme Court of Liberia cites the National Elections Commission and Unity Party to appear before it tomorrow for a hearing
The Supreme Court of Liberia has cited the National Elections Commission and Unity Party to appear before it tomorrow for a trial.
This followed a bill of Information issued the Governing Unity Party to the High Court, seeking to compel the NEC to surrender several vital documents in connection with their Motion for Intervention.
The High Court’s November 16 assignment also ordered the NEC to file its return tomorrow, Thursday at 10:00am and later appear for legal argument at 3:00pm on the same day.
According to RCI Judicial Correspondent, Unity Party filed a twelve -count application to the High Court, citing several legal issues against the National Elections Commission.
The Unity Party also claimed that the NEC allegedly failed to turn over two investigation reports involving its staff in Electoral District-Three, Nimba County and a former staff in the office of President Ellen Sirleaf.