The House of Representatives has directed its Budget Committee to reinstate the Cotton Tree Health Center and the R. S. Caulfield High School in the 2018-2019 national budget.
The government of Liberia has announced an immediate suspension of all new operating licenses and authorization it issued to media operators between January 1 and June 18, this year.
Representative Gunpue L. Kargon of Nimba’s fourth electoral district has embarked on a weeklong appreciation and reconciliation tour of his district.
The National Elections Commission has begun replacing lost and damaged voter identification cards for the senatorial by-election in Bong.
President George Weah has signed into law two loan agreements for the financing of road construction across the country. The agreements are the US$536.4 million Eton Finance loan agreement and the US$420 million road financing agreement between the government and the Burkinabe company, EBOMAF.
The Liberian government has signed a new Economic Cooperation Agreement with the European Union for direct budgetary support of €27 million (US$31.8 million).
In a recent trip to Namibia, former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has encouraged political leaders in Africa to allocate more resources towards preparing young people for future responsibilities.
Accountability Lab has announced the opening of the period for nomination for its 2018 integrity Idol Liberia award.