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BVR Week One Observation Report

Liberia’s General and Presidential elections are slated for October 10, 2023. The National Elections Commission has worked along with other international partners to ensure the elections are held on the date stipulated in the law. In compliance with article 80c “Every Liberian citizen shall have the right to be registered in a constituency, and to vote in a public election only in the constituency where registered, either in person or by absentee; provided such citizen shall have right to change his voting constituency as may be prescribed by the legislature.”  and section 3.1 of the new election law the “Every citizen of Liberia who have attained the age of eighteen (18) years or older may register as a voter except one who has been judiciary declared to incompetent or of unsound mind or who has been disenfranchised as a result of conviction of an infamous crime and has not been restored to citizenship.”

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