Commissioner Abba Hamilton Dolo believes such court will ensure the fast-tracking of prosecution of corruption cases.
She observed that the prosecution of corruption cases is sometimes delayed due to overcrowded court dockets.
Commissioner Dolo, who has oversight for Education and Prevention at LACC, made the call recently in an interview with Gbarnga Community Radio in Gbarnga during an awareness program on the LACC’s activities.
She noted that the legal framework that provides for the LACC to submit its findings in corruption cases to the Justice Ministry was working, but at “a very slow pace.”
Commissioner Dolo noted that corruption is systemic in the Liberian society and requires robust efforts from government and individual citizens to defeat it.
She explained that although government is making significant progress in the fight against corruption, the establishment of a specialized court will serve as a boost in government’s strive in dealing with corruption.