and WE HAVE !!!
ACCORDING TO THE NEC, THE UNITY PART OF INCUMBENT PRESIDENT ELLEN JOHNSON SIRLEAF HAS RECEIVED 513,320 OF THE TOTAL VALIDATED VOTES.
CONGRATULATIONS TO MADAM PRESIDENT ON YOUR RE-ELECTION (11/08/11) AS YOU STIR LIBERIA ON A PATH TOA MORE SUSTAINABLE COUNTRY. WE AS LIBERIANS ARE PROUD & HONORED TO SERVE.
CONGRATULATIONS TO LIBERIAN PEACE ACITIVIST MS. LEYMAN GBOWEE ON HER NEW POSITION..
U. Joy Ogwu, Permanent Representative of Nigeria to the UN and President of the Security Council for October, on behalf of the Council, reads a statement to the press commending the people of Liberia on the peaceful and orderly holding of the first round of presidential and legislative elections in the country on 11 October.
Members of Women in Peace building Network (WIPNET), a Liberian grassroots women's organization that has been campaigning for peace in Liberia since the days of the civil war, demonstrate in capital Monrovia demanding continued peace as the National Elections Commission is set to declare preliminary final results of the national elections held on 11 October.
The members of the Security Council commend the people of Liberia on the completion of the first round of the Presidential and Legislative Elections on October 11, which was peaceful and orderly. The members of the Security Council look forward to the peaceful conduct of the second round of elections from the October 25 announcement of results through the vote itself, scheduled for November 8.
The members of the Security Council support the joint efforts of the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the African Union (AU) and in particular the Special Representative of the Secretary-General in promoting dialogue in Liberia and encourage all Liberian stakeholders to remain committed to the legitimate political process, exercise maximum restraint and work together to build confidence in the electoral system.
The members of the Security Council underscore the importance of peaceful, credible and transparent elections. They reiterate their support for the UN Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) and its assistance, in accordance with its mandate, to the Liberian electoral process. They encourage international and national stakeholders, including civil society, to deploy as many electoral observers as possible, as invited by the Government of Liberia, to monitor the second round of the presidential election.