Issues around the economy and the civil war could affect how Liberians vote in Tuesday’s election, analysts say.
Dounard is a Liberia-based journalist who usually covers stories on human rights, development and politics. He has reported on post-war justice in Lib... eria for many outlets. Dounard has a Bsc in International law and diplomacy and a masters in international maritime law. Additionally, he is currently a senior student at the Louis Arthur Grimes school of law where he is pursuing an LLB.
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