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Liberia: US Commends Speaker Koffa, House Members for Voting Wars and Economic Crimes Court

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The United States Government extends its heartfelt congratulations to Speaker J. Fonati Koffa and the entire team at the House of Representatives in Liberia for its recent resolution paving the way for the establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court.

The decision to pursue justice for victims of war crimes and economic offenses is a significant step towards accountability and the promotion of human rights.

In a statement released on the official social media page recently of the United States embassy in Liberia, the government expressed admiration for the commitment shown by the House in addressing historical injustices.

The establishment of the War and Economic Crimes Court is viewed as a crucial initiative to ensure that perpetrators are held accountable for their actions and that justice prevails.

The United States values the importance of upholding the rule of law and promoting human rights globally. This move by the Liberian government aligns with these shared values, and the U.S Government stands in solidarity with Liberia in its pursuit of justice.

As Liberia progresses in its efforts to address past grievances and build a more just society, the United States reaffirms its commitment to supporting initiatives that promote accountability, peace, and stability in the region.

The House of Representatives is committed to enacting laws that serve the best interests of the Liberian people and upholding democratic principles.


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