Liberia Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names Minister Post government ministers

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Liberia Cabinet Ministers List 2017 portfolios Names Minister Post government ministers

 

Liberia General election Dates 2017

 

 

 

Liberia General election Date: 10 October 2017

  1. General elections will be held in Liberia on 10 October 2017,

  2. Elections for President and House of Representatives.

  3. The elections are overseen by the National Elections Commission (NEC)

Liberia Cabinet Ministers List 2017

Liberia Cabinet Ministers List 2017 has not yet been declared. Since the results have not been declared yet.

Liberia Cabinet Ministers List 2006

Office

 

 

Minister
Minister of Foreign Affairs Marjon Kamara
Minister of Finance Boima Kamara
Minister of Justice and Attorney-General Frederick Cherue
Minister of National Defense Brownie J. Samukai
Minister of Internal Affairs Henrique Tokpah
Minister of Education George Werner
Minister of Posts and Telecommunications Frederick Norkeh
Minister of Public Works William Gyude Moore
Minister of Agriculture Moses M. Zinnah
Minister of Health and Social Welfare Bernice Dahn
Minister of Information, Culture, and Tourism Lenn Eugene Nagbe
Minister of Lands, Mines, and Energy Patrick Sendolo
Minister of Commerce and Industry Axel Addy
Minister of Labor Neto Zarzar Lighe
Minister of Youth and Sport Saah N'tow
Minister of Transport Angela Cassell Bush
Minister of Gender, Children and Social Protection Julia Duncan-Cassell
Minister of State for Presidential Affairs
Minister of State without Portfolio  

Liberia General Parliamentary election Upates 2017

  1. Voting is over and results are awaited.
  2. According to Election Commission Liberia the results will be declared by 25th October 2017
  3. Read: Detailed Liberian Presidential Election Results 2017
  4. First official results expected to be released from Wednesday
  5. Turnout among 2 million registered voters seen as high

According to latest opinion polls George Weah of CDC is ahead with 24% while Boakai of Unity Party is just close behind with 21% votes.

The President is elected using the two-round system, whilst the 73 members of the House of Representatives are elected by first-past-the-post voting in single-member constituencies.

Liberia’s National Elections Commission said 20 candidates will contest to succeed President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in polls that are scheduled for October.

The elections body also certified 986 candidates standing for the West African nation of 4.6 million’s House of Representatives, which has 73 seats.

Elections in Liberia occur solely at the national level. The head of state, the President of Liberia, is elected to a six-year term in a two-round system, in which a run-off between the two candidates with the highest number of votes is held should no single candidate earn a majority of the vote in the first round. The Legislature has two elected chambers.

The House of Representatives has 73 members, elected to six-year terms by the first-past-the-post method in single-member districts. The Senate has 30 members, 2 from each county, elected at-large to nine-year terms by the first-past-the-post method. Senatorial elections are staggered, with one senator from each county being elected in elections held three years apart, followed by a six-year period in which no senatorial elections are held.  SirLeaf will be campaigning for female candiates. "I will not be seeking re-election in the October 2017 elections, I will be on my feet everywhere in my own little way to campaign for women listed and certified by the National Elections Commission (NEC) as candidates to participate in the ensuing elections," Sirleaf said in a press statement issued on Tuesday.


Liberia Presidential election Contesting Parties and Candidates

  1. Joseph Boakai, vice-president since January 2006.
  2. MacDonald A. Wento, United People's Party
  3. Jeremiah Whapoe, businessman
  4. Charles Brumskine, leader of the Liberty Party and former President Pro Temp of the Senate
  5. MacDella Cooper, philanthropist
  6. Alexander B. Cummings, former Executive Vice President and Chief Administrative Officer of Coca-Cola
  7. Prince Johnson, former rebel leader
  8. Joseph Mills Jones, leader of the Movement for Economic Empowerment and former Governor of the Central Bank of Liberia
  9. Richard Miller, businessman
  10. Benoni Urey, businessman
  11. George Weah, former footballer who was defeated by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf in the 2005 election, has announced he will run for office again.

 

Liberia General Parliamentary election Opinion Poll Party Wise 

 

Pollster

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Date Sample size Boakai Weah
      Unity CDC
         
Liberia Holding Consortium 01-05-2017 275 29.45% 21.18%
Liberia Holding Consortium 01-06-2017 484 36.36% 18.38%
Liberia Holding Consortium 01-08-2017 763 33.81% 21.10%
International Political Polls 01-08-2017 N/A 21.74% 24.73%

sources: wikipedia.org

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