Speaker Chambers won 57.3 percent in a 10-man race to retain a seat he has held since 2006. “We appeal to him to see reason to make sure to enforce it so that this war crimes court can be set up in Liberia,” said Morsor. “Liberians who are pushing for the coming of the war crimes court forget to know the genesis of our war,” charged Saytue who finished third to Speaker Chambers with 7.2 percent of the votes. “If they actually got the genesis of our war, they will not be calling for war crimes court. “This is a war crimes court that is going to address the legacy of [the civil war] of our country,” countered Abel Teewon, 25, a resident of Harper, who voted for the CDC.
Source: Front Page Africa January 10, 2019 01:07 UTC