“We, therefore encourage all concerned to work constructively and in good faith to conclude the current complaints’ process without unnecessary delay, so that the electoral process can be completed in accordance with Constitutional timelines regarding the assumption of power by the next administration,” it said.
The EU said it is looking forward to continuing the cooperation with anyone that would be eventually elected.
“We are looking up to working with Liberia’s new President and a new government.”
The EU has been and continues to follow the 2017 presidential and House of Representative elections with interest. Peace and security, together with democracy, good governance, and human rights, are some of the shared values at the heart of the EU-Africa partnership, the statement said.