Members of the 54th National Legislature are convening for a special ordinary session, today after both chambers agreed to do so for the purpose of deliberating on important national issues.
The Concerned Citizens United to Bring Our Money Back, also, referred to as COCUBOMB, has criticized House Speaker Bhofal Chambers for his recent comments excluding the legislature from questioning by international investigators examining the case of the missing billions of Liberian banknotes.
The office of Speaker Bhofal Chambers has accused the media of misinterpreting the context of the comments made by him during a press conference held last week at his capitol building office.
After House Speaker Bhofal Chambers made a controversial comment that the legislature cannot be invited by any institution for investigation into the missing billions in Liberian banknotes, Grand Bassa’s fifth district representative, Thomas Goshua, has differed by saying no one is above the law.
The speaker of the 54th National Legislature, Bhofal Chambers, says former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf is a person of interest in the case of the missing banknotes.
The Liberian government has renewed the services of the lobbying firm KRL International, which had worked to bolster the image of former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
The United States Congress has received a resolution calling for the full implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s recommendations, including the establishment of an extraordinary criminal tribunal for Liberia.
The speaker of the 54th National Legislature has blamed former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for the current economic hardship affecting the country.