Liberia: 2014 Supreme Court Ruling Could Impact Quest to Change Midterm Elections Date

Monrovia — In 2014, when the deadly Ebola virus outbreak was wreaking havoc and threatening to disrupt the Midterm Senatorial elections, Cllr. Cyrennius Cephus was at the center of what could eventually become the legal basis for any potential change of election date, seven years later, as a result of the ongoing deadly Coronavirus pandemic.

Cephus, now Solicitor General in the George Weah-led government could play a central role for the government in the event of a postponement and challenge…

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