President George Weah has made additional nominations in government affecting the Ministry of Justice.
President George Weah has ordered the General Auditing Commission to conduct an investigative audit into how the US$25 million approved to be infused into the economy to mop excess Liberians dollars as a means to stabilize US-Liberian dollars exchange rate was expended.
The Executive Mansion disclosed in a release that Weah arrived in Israel for a state visit on February 25 and has been meeting with business executives, making field trips and giving speeches on the rich potential of critical sectors, including agriculture, mining, energy, tourism, and technology.
President George Weah has appointed former information minister Laurence Bropleh as special envoy and presidential adviser.
President George Weah has ordered Gabriel Mills, a videographer working for the Executive Mansion, flown to Cote D’Ivoire for advanced medical treatment for injuries sustained in a fatal motor accident involving a vehicle in the presidential motorcade, carrying members of the Executive Mansion press team on Sunday.
President George Weah has convened his first meeting of cabinet members, five weeks after taking office in January.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued a proclamation extending the final session of the 53rd National Legislature by nine days.
As debates continues over the implementation of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s final report, especially on the prosecution of warlords and war actors through the establishment of a war crimes court, the presidential candidate of the Alternative National Congress, Alexander B. Cummings, Jr., has said he would avoid setting up a war crimes court.