U.S. DENIES SOLOMON GEORGE ENTRY
Congress for Democratic Change or CDC lawmaker Representative Solomon Claudius George, known for publicly ranting insults on his critics, including journalists has been denied admission to the United States; and his visa cancelled.
INDICTEES CONVICTED, BUT COURT SUSPENDS
Some employees of the government - run John F. Kennedy Medical Center and their conspirators have been found guilty at the end of an economic sabotage trial, but the Judge of the court suspended all of the penalties to the dismay of the prosecution.
NPP ACCUSES UP-LED GOVERNMENT
The ex-ruling National Patriotic Party or NPP is accusing the Unity Party-led government of violating the Code of Conduct for public officials here, warning that this could pose serious threats to the upcoming Representative and Presidential Elections in 2017.
POLITICAL PARTIES COMMIT TO VIOLENCE-FREE ELECTION
About 23 political parties in Liberia have agreed to collaborate for the conduct of non-violent, free and fair elections next year. They reached the consensus over the weekend in Ganta, Nimba County during a workshop organized by the National Elections Commission or NEC with support from the United Nations Development Programme [UNDP], European Union [EU] USAID, and the International Foundation for Electoral Systems or IFES.