The Plenary of the Liberia Senate yesterday at the Capitol Building declared a vote of no confidence on the Minister of Education George Werner. Plenary’s decision was in reaction to the minister’s admittance and refusal to apologize for his statement made on social media describing education in the country as being “tabata”.
A Representative candidate is calling for the enactment of a law that will protect all former Presidents of Liberia from arrest, charge, and prosecution for acts committed in the execution of their duties.
A draft law seeking to give Statutory Effect to the Legislative Continuity Provision of the Constitution and providing for the "Process of the Continuance of Democratic Governance in the Event of Election Disputes, has been submitted to the Liberian Senate for ratification.
The Vice President of ECOWAS Commission, Edward D. Singhatey has disclosed that the purpose of his visit to Liberia is to engage the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) on the transfer of UNMIL Radio when the Mission withdraws from Liberia and for the establishment of ECOWAS equipment storage facility in Liberia.
The National Elections Commission (NEC) yesterday invited the Head of the Liberia Institute of Statistics Geo-Information Services Dr. Edward Liberty to clarify certain media publications on the figure of eligible voters published by NEC.
Following the arrest of Moses Porkpah, a man who allegedly shot and killed his wife in Bong County after a dispute , lawmakers from Bong County, have launched a campaign to collect L$1million as bounty for citizens who arrested him.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has assured Liberians, people of the sub-region and the rest of Africa that her government is committed to holding free, fair, transparent and peaceful elections in Liberia.