Members of the House of Representatives have voted to pass the Domestic Violence Act. The lawmakers took the decision on Thursday, July 4, allowing the bill to be forwarded to the Senate for a vote.
With barely two days to the June 7 protest, Monrovia saw a buildup of tension that produced unrests in some parts of the capital.
A 35-man delegation of the ECOWAS Parliament has ended a two-day fact-finding mission at two of Liberia’s main border points.
Lamii Kpargoi, a media lawyer, says that it is not an offense to photograph a public official once it is done in a public space.
Vendors attributed the fluctuation to rumors and fears that Weah’s address would have ordered an immediate decrease in the value of the U.S. dollars on the market.
The House of Representative officially closed for the second time on Thursday, without acting upon proposed legislations from President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
The Supreme Court has ruled into the domicile case involving Montserrado’s sixth district representative, Edwin Snowe, clearing him to contest in Bomi’s first district.
Snowe who has been a representative in Montserrado since 2005, has registered to contest in the district currently represented by Karmo. He described the decision rendered by the commissioners as a victory for the people of Sinje District.