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MONROVIA (Reuters) - Liberia's Nov. 7 presidential election run-off will "definitely be delayed" as the Supreme Court investigates allegations of fraud in the first round Oct. 10 poll, a spokesman for the National Elections Commission told Reuters.
The Supreme Court this week halted election preparations while it examined a complaint by the Liberty Party whose candidate Charles Brumskine came third in the first round. The court said on Friday that it would not have a ruling until Monday.
(Reporting by Alphonso Toweh; Writing by Edward McAllister; Editing by Alison Williams)