Turnout in Liberia’s presidential run-off appears low following an opposition boycott over fraud claims and deadly clashes on Monday.
Opposition candidate Winston Tubman said he was pulling out of the vote, but the election commission urged Liberians to cast their ballots.
Nobel Peace laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Africa’s first elected female president, is now the only candidate.
A BBC reporter says her re-election will be tainted unless turnout is high.
The BBC’s Jonathan Paye-Layleh in central Monrovia says at the polling station where he was when voting began, just eight people were waiting to cast their ballots, compared to hundreds last month. Read more…