-As Government Loses Propaganda War
From all indications, some political analysts say, it is safe to declare that the George Manneh Weah-led administration which was overwhelming elected by the masses of the Liberian people in 2017 is losing a propaganda war thereby making the people’s regime unpopular and detestable despite the President’s efforts to intensify and actualize infrastructure development across the country. Read more
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-As Government Loses Propaganda War
-Seeks War Crimes Court For Liberia
Monrovia City Mayor, Jefferson T. Koijee, has rejected every allegation connecting him to Chucky Taylor, a controversial son of former Liberian President, Charles Ghankay Taylor.
Mayor Koijee’s latest reaction comes days after a video was released on social media in which a lady is alleging on Facebook that Koijee was assigned to Chuky Taylor during the days of Taylor. Read more
-Gov’t, Partners Sign 5 year Agreement
Despite Government’s inability to suppress and surmount sustained anti-government media propaganda, President George Manneh Weah’s Pro-Poor Agenda continues to attract partners’ attention to achieve the objectives of the agenda.
Recently, the Liberian Government, UN and other development partners sign a Five Year Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework in Support of the Pro Poor Agenda for Prosperity and Development. The document, the United Nations Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF 2020 – 2024) was signed on the 15 of August 2019). Read more
The Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL) has questioned the establishment of the Assets Recovery and Restitution Team (ARRET), when the country has existing institutions for the same work of ARRET.
CENTAL commended the Liberian Government for its desire to pursue the path of “Assets Recovery”, which the group believes, is an integral part of the fight against Corruption, but said, it is concerned about the legality of such efforts and establishment of multiple and parallel structures, when existing institutions with such mandates and functions can be strengthened and fully supported, financially and logistically, to perform such tasks. Read more
-Issues New Executive Order
In an effort for find remedy to Liberia’s economic crisis, President George Manneh Weah, has issued a new Executive Order #97, suspending tariffs on 40 agriculture products.
The decree which takes effect as of the date of issuance, August 14, 2019, is aimed at enabling key market players overcome constraints in the agriculture sector and fully maximize farmers’ potential to contribute to the sector. Read more
Five officers of the Liberia National Police (LNP) have been arrested and detained for allegedly extorting money from taxi drivers at the Banersville Junction, Police Spokesman Moses Carter has confirmed.
In a telephone conversation with the Liberia News Agency (LINA) on recently, Carter was quoted as saying, the five officers were arrested Wednesday evening at the Barnersville junction, outside of Monrovia following a tipoff. Read more
The Ministry of Gender, Children and Social Protection (MGCSP) applauds President George Manneh Weah for signing into law the Domestic Violence Act, a legal instrument that seeks to abolish all forms of violence meted against women, children and men.
The Ministry views the passage and signing into law of this legislation as a vital tool in curbing and eradicating the scourge of domestic violence which has permeated every fabric of our society. Read more