Sen. Milton Teahjay of Sinoe says he wants a soon-to-be-drafted electoral reform bill to clearly address the issue of the National Elections Commission having to conduct voters’ registration for each election.
Lawmakers have begun working on crafting an electoral reform bill, beginning with a two-day legislative working session in Buchanan.
After failing to appear at a legislative working session on electoral reform held in Buchanan, lawmakers want representatives of the National Elections Commission to appear before the House of Representatives.
The Ministry of Internal Affairs’ Liberia Peacebuilding Office has ended a workshop aimed at promoting peace, coexistence, and civic trust between citizens and local authorities in Grand Bassa.
The Ministry of Agriculture’s Smallholder Agriculture Productivity Enhancement and Commercialization project has broken grounds to construct a market hall in Wayzohn.
The acting youth chair of Grand Bassa’s first electoral district, Emmanuel Scott is calling for more time to be allotted for future national voter registration exercises to allow more qualified Liberians to participate in elections.
A statutory district superintendent in Grand Bassa’s first district, Solomon Grimes, is calling on citizens to prioritize agriculture to improve the Liberia economy and increase food security, using his own farm as an example.
The Ministry of Health, through its Community Health Services Division, has costed its plan to digitize the National Community Health Assistant Program.