ECC Rejects Appointment of the National Elections Commission’s (NEC) Board of Commissioners

PRESS STATEMENT The Elections Coordinating Committee, (ECC) strongly opposes the nomination of Cllr. Ndubusi Nwabudike as the new Chairperson of the National Elections Commission (NEC), replacing Cllr. Jerome Korkoyah and calls on the President to withdraw the nomination and the Senate not to confirm him if the withdrawal is not heeded to. Not everything that … Continue reading ECC Rejects Appointment of the National Elections Commission’s (NEC) Board of Commissioners

The ECC has prepared and submitted to the Liberian National Legislature 17 propositions to be considered by that body for amendment. The submission was done on August 27, 2019. Following the submission, these propositions were released to the public through a major stakeholders press conference held at the offices of the ECC on today, September … Continue reading MATRIX of ECC’s proposed Amendments

MATRIX of ECC’s proposed Amendments

“ELECTORAL REFORMS ARE IMPORTANT FOR THE CONSOLIDATION OF LIBERIA’S DEMOCRACY The Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) supports electoral reforms as an important component of deepening and consolidating Liberia’s emerging democracy. In pursuit of this agenda, the ECC adopted a participatory and bottom-up approach by consulting a wide range of stakeholders across Liberia’s 15 counties. Several stakeholder … Continue reading ECC Press Statement

ECC Press Statement

ECC Opposes Joint Resolution for Senatorial By-Elections

 “The ECC is opposed to any joint resolution for the conduct of the By-Elections in Bong and Montserrado Counties” The Elections Coordinating Committee (ECC) is opposed to the passage of a Joint Resolution to be used as a legal framework for the conduct of the By-Elections in Bong and Montserrado Counties and calls on the … Continue reading ECC Opposes Joint Resolution for Senatorial By-Elections

 ECC PRELIMINARY STATEMENT ON THE PRESIDENTIAL RUNOFF

The Liberian people have spoken, their will must be respected Introduction The ECC commends Liberians for conducting themselves in a peaceful and orderly manner to vote in the December 26, 2017 run-off election. Voting and counting took place in a transparent manner and the ECC did not observe major incidents that could have undermined the … Continue reading  ECC PRELIMINARY STATEMENT ON THE PRESIDENTIAL RUNOFF