Liberia Supreme Court to decide on election runoff

Liberia’s Supreme Court will decide if a presidential election runoff can go ahead.

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    Liberia's Supreme Court will decide if a presidential election runoff can go ahead.

    Confidence in the Liberian political class is not high, and after a candidate in the first round filed a complaint, many Liberians worry the court case could jeopardize a smooth transfer of power in January.

    Al Jazeera's Ahmed Idris reports from Monrovia.


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