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Preliminary Statement on Grand KRU Re-Run Senatorial Elections

LEON commends the people of Grand KRU for the peaceful turn out and NEC for  reorganizing the election in three polling precincts in Grand Kru: Beloken, Wakpo and  Boluwin due to irregularities in the results sheets from December 8th. This signals the  maturing of Liberia’s democracy and urge the people Grand Kru to be peaceful in  determining their next Senator. LEON was initially concerned about reports that Liberian  employees of Golden Veroleum Liberia (GVL) in the Beloken area were told that they would  have salary deductions if they took time off to come to vote. However, after discussions with  senior management the decision was reversed. Turnout in Bloken is estimated at 50% and  33% in Wakpo

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