With his hands free of the blood of innocent people, our popularly elected, athletic, and energetic President George Weah is the best president to heal Liberia’s wounds and give Liberia a fresh start, beginning with national reconciliation, justice, participatory democracy, and equal opportunities.
A market project that is being implemented by the Sirleaf Market Women’s Fund continues to lie in ruins after neglect and damage from storms.
Jerome Verdier, the former head of Liberia’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission, says he supports the civil lawsuit against former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf for her alleged role as a fundraiser for Charles Taylor’s National Patriotic Front of Liberia during the during the civil war.
The United States District Court of Massachusetts in Boston has issued a writ of summons for former president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and others to face accusations for their alleged roles played in the Liberian civil war.
A doctor visiting from India, Dr. Somasheila Murthy, recently performed four cornea transplant surgeries at the John F. Kennedy Medical Center.
A Liberian in the U.S. has filed a lawsuit against those who he alleges are the main perpetrators and sponsors of atrocities committed against civilians, including violence, torture, and rape, during the country’s bloody civil war.
Rep. Larry P. Younquoi, the chair of the Good Governance Committee at the House of Representatives, has said that the government is likely to postpone the National Housing and Population Census this year.
The 54th National Legislature has announced receipt of the 2017/2018 recast national budget.