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NEC Accredits Another New Political Party

The National Elections Commission (NEC) has certificated the People Restoration Party (PRP) as a full-fledged registered political party in Liberia.
Presenting the certificate of election to the organizing committee Chairperson of the PRP, the Chairperson of NEC, Davidetta Browne Lansanah said, the Party has satisfactorily met all requirements of Article 79 of the Constitution and Chapter III, Subchapter B of the Revised Guidelines and regulations for registration of political parties and independent candidates.
The NEC Boss said the PRP documents submitted to the NEC was carefully scrutinized by the Political Affairs Section and found that it met all the registration requirements.
The accreditation ceremony of the PRP was held today, Friday, 2 April 2021 in the James M. Fromayan Conference Hall at the headquarters of the NEC on 9th Street, in Sinkor.
Responding, the PRP’s organizing committee Chairperson, Richmond D. K. Yarkpah, described the occasion as remarkable and that the accreditation of the party was a testimony that the job of the NEC is based on professionalism.
Mr. Yarkpah promised that the PRP will uphold the rule of law in Liberia and the elections guidelines and regulations to restore the dignity of Liberia and make country a better country.

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