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GAC Wants More Robust Action from PPCC, Lawmakers

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GAC's Deputy Auditor-General Winsley S. Nanka, has suggested that the list of uncooperative government entities should be submitted to the National Legislature...

COTAE Climaxes Policy Dialogue On ‘More-for-Education Advocacy Campaign

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-- Says the sector still remains underfunded The Coalition for Transparency and Accountability in Education (COTAE) through the...

Is Liberia on the Verge of Constitutional Crisis?

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The decision by the Chamber Justice of the Supreme Court Associate Justice Sie-A-Nyene Yuoh to mandate the National Elections Commission (NEC) to...

UN Women, INCHR Launch Document Assessing Gender Responsiveness of Peace Infrastructures in Liberia

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By Tina S. Mehnpaine UN Women in partnership with the Independent National Commission on Human Rights (INCHR), have launched...

A Topical Look at the U.S. Election Security

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“Unlike many other countries,” Levine said, “the administration of elections in the U.S. is highly decentralized. Elections are primarily administered by thousands of state and local systems rather than a single unified national system.”

Supporting Elections Across Africa

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Helping to build informed and civically engaged communities is central to our work around elections By Akua Gyekye,...
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There Is, Indeed, Little Else to Be Said!

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It is clear that tension is rising to palpable levels but the national leadership appears unperturbed.
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Coronavirus, Technology and the New World

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By Lekpele M. Nyamalon Monrovia- The World woke up to the news of patient zero in Wuhan China and...

US$120K in Prizes on Offer During African Youth Agripreneur Forum in November

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The AfDB's AgriPitch competition is open to youth aged 18 to 35 who hold African nationality or citizenship and who submit...

Will ‘Messy’ Voter Roll Be Cleaned for Dec. 2020 Senatorial Election?

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With about forty-seven days left for the conduct of the Mid-term Senatorial elections, the Supreme Court is yet to hear a complaint...

Grand Gedeh Senatorial Candidates Want Election Magistrate Out

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-- says magistrate Arthur Duogee is a rogue element who since 2011 have supervised elections that have been characterized by fraud...

‘Third Term Tenures, Catalysts for Instability’

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Ouattara, Conde's unconstitutional ambitions could affect over 200 million people in Africa Partners for Democracy & Good Governance...

‘We Cannot Have a Senate Without Women’

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UN Women pledges more support to female senatorial candidates UN Women Liberia on Tuesday, October 20, 2020, held...

T-Max Jlateh, MICAT Meet over Alleged Death Threats

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The Ministry of Information, Cultural Affairs and Tourism (MICAT) says it has been meeting with radio talk-show host, Mr. T-Max Jlateh...

African and US Development Financiers Reaffirm Their Commitment to Attracting Greater Private Sector Capital...

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The continent’s largest development finance institutions have emphasized that a sustained and collaborative approach among development partners to scale up project development...

EPA Renews Commitment to Build Stronger Frontier in Climate Change Fight

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The Executive Director and Chief Executive Officer of the Environmental Protection Agency of Liberia (EPA), Professor Wilson K. Tarpeh, has renewed the...

‘Complacency in Government Breeds Corruption’

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Senator Alphonso Gaye discloses Senator Alphonso Gaye of Grand Gedeh County has disclosed that complacency in the national...

Blind Baker Grateful to Madam Jewel Howard-Taylor

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‘Thank you for preparing me for a self-reliant life,' she says. By Samuel G. Dweh
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After 70 Years under Its Bootheel, It Is Now High Time to End the...

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The announcement by the Liberia Shipping and Corporate Registry (LISCR) expressing opposition to the European Union (EU’s) proposal calling for the implementation...
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Troubling Developments at the NSA Must Claim President Weah’s Attention

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He had threatened on social media (Facebook) to shoot and kill anyone engaged in street protests against the government of President Weah....