Members of the House of Representatives have concurred with the Senate to ratify two mineral development agreements recently submitted by the executive.
Amid ongoing debates to amend portions of the constitution and to formulate a bill to increase women’s representation in the legislature, the Elections Coordinating Committee is urging citizens to remain engaged with their lawmakers during the upcoming constituency break.
Citizens in Margibi have raised eyebrows over waiver of over US$1.6 million of County Social Development Funds or CSDF owed the county by China Union.
Judge Blamo Dixon has recused himself from presiding over the excess banknote printing case involving former officials of the Central Bank.
In an effort to resolve the impasse between the government and striking health workers that has paralyzed operations at several health facilities across the country, the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning announced on Thursday, September 26, 2019 that it has begun disbursing checks to cover the salaries of employees at the John F. Kennedy Memorial Hospital.
President George Weah has requested the support of the United Nations to implement recommendations of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, including the establishment of a special tribunal to try individuals accused of committing war and economic crimes during the country’s 14 years of civil war.
The Ministry of Finance and Development Planning has concluded training in financial reporting for finance officers from approximately 50 government agencies.
Montserrado’s Senator Darius Dillon has updated the public with the breakdown of benefits allotted to members of the Liberian Senate.