Monthly Archives: August 2018

Government of Liberia Proposes National Forum With Opposition Parties

(Monrovia, Liberia): President George Manneh Weah has proposed a one-day national forum between the Government and Liberia’s opposition parties with the hope of advancing ideas that promote the spirit of national unity and political tolerance between opposition political party and the Liberian government.   The President strongly believes that a government and political parties collaboration is a sin-qua-non for the

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‘Perpetrators Of War Should Not Go Unpunished’ – Advocate Echoes Calls To End Impunity

A US-based Women’s right advocate Mercy Sackie is calling on the Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) led government to ensure that victims and perpetrators of the Liberian civil war are made to face each other in a war crime court. Global Research and Justice Project, Coalition for Justice in Liberia, Fubbi Foundation for Development and Sustainability, Inc and Civil Society

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“We Are Tire Of By-Elections” Liberians Resist Weah’s Associate Justice Appointment

The recent appointment made by President George M. Weah has come under huge condemnations by Liberians across the length and berth of Montserrado County. President Weah as part of efforts to replace Justice Philip A.Z. Banks who retired as Associate Justice of the Supreme Court, appointed Sinoe County Senator, Joseph N. Nagbe to occupied the vacant seat. This action of

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President And Vice President Tussle Over Financial Integrity At The Union

Press Union of Liberia President Charles Cuffey has broken silence over internal wrangling in the union thus accusing the Vice President of non-cooperation. Cuffey’s revelation comes days after the Union Vice President Octavin Williams distanced himself from unethical acts at the PUL. But the PUL Boss added that his deputy recently begged for mercy and was pardoned after he exhibited

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Firestone Employees Abort Protest

Days following an intense protest in the Firestone Rubber Plantation, employees of the Company have agreed to abort their action and resume normal work soon. The worker’s decision to abort their protest is based on the intervention of the Liberian Government through the Labour and Justice Ministries respectively. The Ministries’ intervention was triggered by a recent protest staged by several

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