Monthly Archives: January 2019

Carter Center Ends Capacity Strengthening Workshop For Traditional Leaders

The Carter Center through its Access to Justice Program has ended a two-day capacity strengthening of Traditional Leaders to advance and implement good governance and community justice practices workshop in Bong County. The Carter Center is a nongovernmental, not-for-profit organization founded in 1982 by former U.S. President Jimmy Carter with a goal to advance human rights and alleviate human suffering,

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Over Delay In Disbursement Of Counties’ Funds-Senator Cooper Wants Finance And Internal Affairs Ministers Invited

The Senior Senator of Margibi County wants the Finance and Internal Affairs Ministers invited by the Liberian Senate this week to give reasons behind the delay in the disbursement of funds to benefiting Counties. “I will be putting it on the floor by next week to call the Ministry of Finance and the Ministry of Internal Affairs to ask them

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Rep. Tarponweh Craves Reduction In President, Representatives And Senators’ Tenures

Margibi County electoral district #1 Representative, Tibelrosa Summoh Tarponweh has expressed the need for reduction in the tenures of the President of the Republic of Liberia, members of the House of Representatives and the Liberian Senates respectively. Rep. Tarponweh speaking at program marking the official presentation of his first annual legislative report to the people of his district said six

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In Zeayema District Creation ‘House’ Votes Override Pres. Weah’s Veto

Monrovia: The Plenary of the House of Representatives on Tuesday, January 29, 2019 voted to submit a resolution to override Pres. George Weah’s veto of an act to create Zeayema District in Lofa County. Recently, President Weah vetoed the act citing financial, constitutional and institutional reasons, highlighting economic burden on the already struggling economy. “I surmise that they intended for

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US Based Citizens Rally To End District Road Trouble

To fix Liberia’s roads trouble will require all hands on deck with both government and citizen’s interventions critical to the development efforts of any nation. And so, the St. Paul River Right Bank Association (RBDA), a group of permanent citizens and residents, hailing from the right bank of the St. Paul River Arthington, Millsburg, Clay Ashland and Virginia who reside

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