The political leader of the Alternative National Congress, Alexander B. Cummings, says he wants to open up the economy for all Liberians to benefit from.
The much publicized Ducor Debate was witnessed in Margibi’s second district recently in Harbel with incumbent Representative Ballah Zayzay debating with five would be candidates in the district.
Despite his consistent denial of media reports that he holds a U.S. citizenship, at least one more document has surfaced confirming that the chairman of the National Elections Commission, Jerome Korkoya, is a U.S. citizen.
If Liberian political parties consider River Cess to be a scene worth competing in, it is not apparent from the sight at the local offices of the various parties, which are characterized by empty and closed buildings.
The political leaders of the Alternative National Congress and the Movement for Economic Empowerment were both expected to pay a visit to Nimba today in their quest to cement their relationship with the people of the county.
Bong’s Sen. Jewel Howard Taylor has come under strong criticism from some citizens and members of the opposition community for advocating for an increase in the salaries of lawmakers.
After languishing at the Liberian Senate for more than six months, a bill introduced by the Sen. Thomas Grupee that requires Senate confirmation of presidential appointees at state-owned corporations has received overwhelming support from his colleagues.
Lofa Senator Stephen Zargo, the chairman of the Senate Committee on Defense, Intelligence, and Veteran Affairs, has warned politicians to desist from making inflammatory statements that could undermine the peace of the country during the 2017 election period.