The House of Representatives has passed the National Remuneration and Standardization Act of 2019, which aims to standardize pay and benefits across all three branches of government.
Officials in Margibi are currently arguing their case before the Supreme Court over the controversial allocation of US$1 million in county and social development fund due to be remitted to the county by the Ministry of Finance and Development.
Supreme Court Chief Justice Francis Korkpor has disclosed that the judiciary is facing serious financial challenges, which are hampering the court’s ability to function.
The Supreme Court has reserved its ruling into the murder trial of the late Super FM journalist, Tyron Brown, who was allegedly murdered on April 15, 2018.
Amid ongoing dialogue on reforms in Liberia’s electoral system, two former officials in Bomi are calling for an amendment in the National Code of Conduct to include other officials in the legislature and judiciary.
Ahead of the 2020 senatorial elections, the stipendiary magistrate of the Bopolu City Magisterial Court, Augustine Tokpa, has recommended the establishment of a special tribunal to try cases of elections disputes.
The opposition Liberty Party has suspended the membership of Grand Bassa’s Senator Jonathan Kaipay for allegedly violating his oath to uphold the constitution of the country as a senator and violating the constitution of the party, which highlights respect for the rule of law.
The impeachment trial of Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh has now taken full shape as the defendant himself ended his testimony on Thursday, March 21, after taking the witness stand on Monday, March 18. Ja’neh pleaded not guilty of all charges levied against him by the House of Representatives.