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Fearing Instability STAND Urges Liberian Leader to Halt Layoffs of 40,000 Civil Servants

With growing unemployment and widespread poverty in Liberia, the government of President Joseph Boakai has commenced the systematic removal of hundreds of thousand s...

Commendable Moves; But The Battles Aare Many And Too Soon Mr. President

 The experiences of World War 1 and 2 have taught leaders the great lessons to not start wars at many fronts with potential forces at the same time as winning or sustaining such wars could be either disastrous or most costly.

Liberia: Rule of Law Kicks Daniel Nyakonah Out of PUL

The National Campaign Management Team of Julius Kanubah and Beatrice Sieh for the Leadership of the Press Union of Liberia (PUL) remains constructively engaged to ongoing efforts aimed at finding a credibly meaningful solution for the restoration of institutional leadership stability at the PUL.

How Poor Planning & Chaotic Protocol Keepimg Contributed to President Suffering Heat exhaustion

Event planning and protocol management again sadly popup as a significant weak link in public service organization. Nearly every national event bears the identity of poor planning.

LACC Releases Declared Assets of Exiting Officials

The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission (LACC) is publishing today, the second listing of asset declaration for Appointed Exiting Government Officials.

ArcelorMittal’s Risky Railway

There appears imposing danger along global steelmaker ArcelorMittal’s operated railway in Liberia with more than nine accidents occurring since active transportation activities resumed in 2011.

Who’s E. Wade Appleton?

On Wednesday, October 11, 2023 the National Elections Commission (NEC) commenced announcing the preliminary results of the recently conducted Presidential, and Legislative Elections held on Tuesday, October 10, 2023.

Summary and Conclusion: LIS Justifications and Cautions Series 1-4

In the last four days, the Legislative Information Service (LIS) through our humble office took time to examine performances (in-part) of the 54th Legislature. The series of write-ups spotlight occupants of the four most powerful positions in the Legislature – Liberian Senate House of Representatives.

Liberia’s Elections: How PYJ Denied Weah’s Win

Nearly 10 months after a nasty political devoice, controversial Nimba County Senator Prince Yormie Johnson appeared at the ballot box on Oct. 10 to execute a deadly revenge that has torpedoed President George Weah’s anticipated first round victory to secure a second term mandate.

Israel-Gaza war: Why is Africa Divided on Supporting Palestine?

As reports of Hamas fighters attacking southern Israel last Saturday flooded phones and television sets around the world, Kenyan President William Ruto took to X, the social media platform formerly known as Twitter. “Kenya joins the rest of the world in solidarity with the State of Israel and unequivocally condemns terrorism and attacks on innocent civilians in the country,” he wrote.

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