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NEC Takes Seize Of LP’s Constitutional Crisis

By Grace Bryant
The National Elections Commission (NEC) has been mandated to resume jurisdiction into Liberty Party’s constitutional crisis.
Justice in Chamber, Yussif Kaba, has declined to issue the Writ of Prohibition prayed for by the Musa Bility’s faction of the Liberty Party.
In recent in time, Chairman Bility filed a petition against the National Elections Commission (NEC) over its decision to halt the party’s planned national convention. NEC denied the consolidated motions to dismiss the judicial review as prayed for by lawyers representing Bility in the inter-party conflict of the Liberty Party.
NEC in their ruling recently instructed the Hearing Officer, Muana Ville to take charge of the matter. In NEC’s ruling 18 November 2022, it said the Hearing Officer did not err when he issued the stay order on the Convention of the Liberty Party and the motion for judicial review.
The five-member Board of Commissioners, led by the Acting Chairperson, P. Teplah Reeves, Floyd Oxley Sayor, Ernestine Morgan Awar, Josephine Kou Gaye, and Barsee Leo Kpangbai, signed the two motions in the Liberty Party case.

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