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Liberia Elections News Review - 27 Th June 2011
Monday 27th June 2011
I Never Planned To Kill Sen. Massalay, Others…PYJ Speaks Out From Nigeria
The political leader of the opposition National Union for Democratic Progress and Nimba County Senior Senator, Prince Yormie Johnson, has broken silence over accusation by Grand Cape Mount County Senior Senator Abel Massalay that he is plotting to kill him.
According to the Heritage, he stated emphatically that he never planned to kill Senator Massalay
and others as alleged.

Weah Graduates with Honor
In the News today, the Vice Standard Bearer of the Congress for Democratic Change George Weah has graduated with distinction from Devry University. A release issued Sunday said he obtained a Bachelors degree in Business Management with emphasis in small business and entrepreneurship on June 25, 2011.

NEC To Announce Electoral Boundary July 8
The National Elections Commission has announced that it will make public the country’s final Electoral Districts Boundaries by July 8, 2011 three days following the official date for the national campaign. The NEC recommenced its public consultation for the exercise and is expected to have already completed the process on June 25th 2011, a decision taken following the lifting of the prohibition restraining the NEC from delineating electoral districts boundaries. The Inquirer reports

Taking Note of the New Democrat Story On CDC
Issues concerning elections are so crucial that it is necessary that certain comments or utterances cannot go unnoticed. Even though the Liberian Constitution guarantees freedom of speech, but at the same time certain utterances or comments that have the potential of creating unnecessary conflict of post election violence should definitely claim the attention of all.

It is an undisputable fact that one of the issues that usually ignite post election violence always relates to the result of the elections. It is because of this that participants in the process are always allowed to have representatives at various polling centers to observe and get the result at a particular center. The Inquirer takes note

The Spies Within - UP Infiltrated
As the Unity Party continues to fill its house with runaways from other political camps, the Inprofile Daily has reliably learned that the house being built is not as solid as it seems. According to the In Profile Daily, a confidential communication from two possible merging parties has detailed how it has planted several spies within the nucleus of the ruling party to enable them obtains pertinent information relevant to party internal operations.

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