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UNMIL (Liberia): A fragile democracy holds election

Despite the heavy morning drizzle, Martha Sonpon, 35, waited patiently in the queue outside a polling station in the suburbs of Monrovia with her two-year-old daughter strapped to her back. As soon as a polling officer spotted her, he ushered her to the head of the long line as pregnant women, mothers and the physically challenged were given priority to cast their ballots.

Related Subject(s): Peacekeeping and Security
Sustainable Development Goals:
Countries: Liberia
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