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Pres. Sirleaf Drops Mary Broh - Wants Senate Vet Others
On Thursday August 8th, members of the Liberian Senate were in full gear going through tense legislative debates in the plenary when a shocking communication from President Ellen Johnson, pulled out of the docket of the Senate Secretary, revealed that Madam Mary Broh’s name had been withdrawn from among the nominated names up for confirmation before that august body.
Begging for Pardon Darius Dillon: “I Ask and Seek Forgiveness” of Liberty Party The clock is tilting. The bandwagon of Unity Party’s 12-year voyage as the ruling Party is nearing an anchoring point. And as Liberia’s political culture is, all the squirrels that had jumped on board for red palm nuts abandoning their nests will be seen returning home.
Celebrating the CPA Despite the difficulties of the day, or at least as critics of the current political regime may call it, both supporters and opponents of Government are unanimous in one particular observation: that peace, since 2003, has created the space for personal and collective growth amongst the population and permitted a national discourse for democratic revival and progress.
CDC Plans Major Protest against President, If…   Opposition Congress for Democratic Change (CDC ) headed by its political leader, Liberia’s Peace Ambassador, George Weah, has declared the month of January, 2014 as the beginning of major protests to demand the resignation of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf as president of Liberia.

Harry Varney Gboto-Nambi Sherman

National Independence Day Orator - July 26, 2013 We celebrate Independence Day at a time when we have successfully moved our country from a fifteen-year civil war, which almost destroyed it. It has been said very often that the worse of all wars is a civil war; it is that time when people who know each other well...

"Colonial Ideology Still Dominate Liberia" - Rep. Tingban

“Liberia, after 166th years of existence, and as old as it is, has nothing to show in comparison to its age (Botswana is only 47); where are we headed?” Rep. Tingban wonders. More | video Video

Tough Elections Bill to Hit National Legislature

Highly placed source at the Capitol says a new Election Bill that will be introduced on, August 1, 2013, will focus on providing a level playing field in Liberia’s democratic elections process. More | video Video

Carter Center Warns Against Maltreatment of Mentally-Illed

“Mentally ill people are not mentally incapacitated people. In fact these people make sound decisions and contributions to society and can be cured once the necessary steps are taken”. More | video Video

"Liberia Is Coming" - Finance Minister Amara Konneh

"Too many of us think it is impossible to confront tribalism, marginalization, and exclusion. Too many think it is unreal. But that is a dangerous, defeatist belief. It leads to the conclusion..." More | video Video

Doubt Rises Over Liberia's Corruption Report

Recently, a few Liberian media entities lifted a July 14, 2013 article of USA TODAY titled: “The Most Corrupt Countries in the World”. The article vilifies Liberia as the No.1 on the list. More | video Video