ULAA Elections Case: Court Provides 17 Amendments
The Court of Common Pleas of Delaware County, Pennsylvania, the United States of America has provided seventeen amendments to guide both parties of ULAA during and after the Elections slated on March 2,2024.
Court first amendment says, that the prior Election Commission approved delegate lists for the September 2023 election, including IOWA, Ohio and Georgia chapters will participate in the March 2, elections in the United States of America.
These chapters according to information gathered, will provide to the attorneys lists of eligible voters and the attorneys will compare these lists with the delegate list for the September election and will register eligible voters who were previously excluded.
Another counts among the several amendments, States that all matters on which the attorneys cannot agree, will be referred to the judge.
In furtherance to the amendment, the Court of Common Pleas ordered that the underlying conflict mainly Georgia, IOWA, and Ohio chapters shall be resolved by the both attorneys.
Information gathered says, election will be in person voting, and no changes will be made to the current candidates list.
The court has also ordered the elections Commission in concert with the attorneys to submit a budget for the hosting of ULAA Elections.
In just few months ago, the court issued another ordered, this amendment seems as the court additional orders in ULAA peaceful and transparent elections.
When asked some diasporas Liberians, they welcomed the court decision in the Matter. They told this medium that court action was timely.