Organizers of the planned June 7 protest were unable to meet with the Liberian Senate for a scheduled meeting yesterday because the Senate failed to agree to the protest leaders’ demand to open the meeting to the media.
The Liberian Senate has extended an invitation to organizers of the June 7 protest for a meeting today.
Senate Pro Tempore Albert Chie has appealed to the organizers of the June 7 protest to abandon their campaign in the interest of peace and stability.
President George Weah has met for the first time with leaders of the pending June 7 protest in Monrovia.
After initially expressing interest in meeting with the June 7 protestors, President George Weah has now followed up and invited the organizers to a meeting at his office.
President George Weah has dedicated a new theater and recording studio on his private property opposite the Baptist Seminary on the Robertsfield highway.
The Press Union of Liberia is calling for reforms in the Liberian constitution in order to enhance the independence of the judicial branch of government, following the impeachment of former Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh from the Supreme Court.
Senate Pro Tempore Albert Chie has requested that the Senate’s Committee on Judiciary investigate Bomi’s Sen. Sando Johnson for allegedly accusing senators of accepting bribe to impeach former associate justice Kabineh Ja’neh.