Margibi’s second district representative, Ivar Jones, has made his annual legislative constituency report covering his activities for the first sitting of the 54th National Legislature.
Military medical leaders from 21 nations across Africa are currently meeting in Liberia for the sixth conference hosted by the African Partner Outbreak Response Alliance.
Workers of the Farmington Hotel, near the Roberts International Airport now have a proper channel to champion their concerns and grievances following the induction of their first union leadership over the weekend.
U.N. Women, in collaboration with the Women Legislative Caucus is conducting a five-day training for lawmakers and other government officials on gender mainstreaming and gender responsive budgeting.
Nimba’s Rep. Larry P. Younquoi says he wants the constitution rewritten to give the National Legislature more powerful contempt powers.
After a request by the House of Representatives for Farmington Hotel to adequately address the plight of its employees, Margibi’s second district representative, Ivar Jones, has vowed to ensure that the mandate is implemented.
For failing to honor a request from plenary of the House of Representatives to appear before it on Thursday, Farmington Hotel has been slapped with an additional charge of legislative contempt.
The management of Farmington Hotel is expected to appear before the House of Representatives on Thursday to respond to allegations of bad labor practices.