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Advocates Frown on Gov’t Refusal to Adopt Recommendations on Child’s Rights

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Child rights advocates in Liberia have expressed their disappointment in the government of Liberia's failure to accept recommendations provided by the Human Rights Council...

Justice Minister Visits Court Trying Gibril Massaquoi

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Even though there is no indication that the Liberian Government has consented to establish a court to try war crime perpetrators some of who...

Having Failed to Justify Ali’s Detention, Police Blames Justice Minister

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Upon their release of Mo Ali from custody early this morning, authorities at the Liberia National Police (LNP) went to great lengths to justify...

‘Executive Dominating Everything’

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-- Cllr. Findley Karnga on the delay in Senator-elect Samukai's certification A Liberian lawyer, Cllr. Findley Karnga, has blamed the Executive Branch of Government for...

When the Law Is Not the Law Part II — Caveat...

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Was Justice Minister Musa Dean’s diktat to NEC to refrain from certificating Brownie Samukai as winner of the Lofa County Senatorial elections within the...

‘Justice Minister in Clear Sign of Abuse of Power’

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The intervention of Justice Minister and Attorney General, Frank Musa Dean, the top law enforcement official in the country, leading to the obstruction of the...

When Is The Law Not The Law?

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Justice Minister Musah Dean, responding to comments and concerns by Senators about his Ministry’s letter, addressed to the National Elections Commission (NEC), instructing that...

Senate Mandates Justice Ministry to Unblock NEC’s Certification of Lofa Senator-elect...

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The Liberian Senate has instructed Justice Minister Frank Musah Dean to withdraw the Solicitor General Syrinus Cephus’ communication to NEC instructing that body to...

What Is the Truth Behind EPS Agent Melvin Earley’s Death?

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Whether it has ever dawned on President George Weah that the string of suspicious and unexplained killings of government functionaries which have occurred under...