During the recent elections in Sierra Leone, the country's economy played a significant role in shaping voters' decisions, as they weighed the ruling party's performance against the promises of the opposition party to improve the country's democratic institutions ultimately, the Sierra Leone People's Party (SLPP) emerged victorious.

On June 24, Sierra Leone’s voters will go to the polls to elect their next president and parliamentary representatives, with the economy at the forefront of their minds. Indeed, despite ethno-regional loyalties that have historically shaped voting patterns, concerns over the economy are likely to determine the election’s outcome.

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