Sierra Leone Presidential Run-off Delayed
Monday March 26, 2018  Printer Friendly Email this article

Sierra Leone’s High Court Justice, A. R. Mansaray, has placed an injunction delaying a presidential run-off election scheduled for March 27. The delay is so further investigation into reported corruption can be conducted as well as a review of the electoral system itself. The run-off, when it happens, will see the All People’s Congress (APC) candidate, Samura Kamara, face off against Julius Maada Bio of the opposition Sierra Leone People’s Party (SLPP). Neither candidate gained the 55% of votes needed to win outright during the March 7 election.

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