In Liberia, critics claim president's campaign for upcoming referendum violates electoral law

By J.H. Webster Clayeh, 25 August
President George Weah of Liberia (photo credit: Présidence de la République du Bénin/flickr)
President George Weah of Liberia (photo credit: Présidence de la République du Bénin/flickr)
Cllr. Pearl Brown-Bull, one of Liberia's outstanding lawyer and a signatory to the 1986 Constitution, has called on President George Weah to take down the banner displaying his picture and the propositions for the upcoming referendum down. She says, campaigning for the propositions now when the NEC is yet to declare campaign is a complete violation and disregard of electoral law. Also, she noted that the referendum should not be regarded as a CDC project, rather a national project, therefore, it is wrong for his picture to be used as campaign material for the propositions of the referendum.
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