President George Weah has made 29 new appointments in government. The appointments according to the executive mansion take effect as of Friday, when the names of the newly appointed officials were released.
Chief Justice Francis Korkpor has cautioned the government against implementing a pay cut for officials of the judiciary.
The state’s response to the Monrovia Consolidation School System students’ October 15 protest will fuel tensions that will threaten the very state’s commitment to sustain peace.
Alfalit International, a nonprofit organization working in Liberia, has donated more than 400 bags of rice and other food items to the Women in Peace Building Network in several communities in Bong.
Several students attending public schools in Monrovia were injured on Tuesday after officers of the Liberia National Police strongly responded to what was becoming a violent protest.
President George Weah has signed into law an act to amend the penal code to criminalize power theft.
The Liberian government has signed an agreement to allow Guinean mining companies to use Liberia’s railroads to export iron ore through the Port of Buchanan.
Members of the House of Representatives have voted to withdraw President George Weah’s reform proposals.