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MOUNT COFFEE HYDRO SWITCHED-ON CEREMONIES

The Switch-on ceremonies (of a 22-megawatts turbine of the Hydro Plant) were “graced” by some national and an array of international big names. This fact is significant because it characterizes the rise to political power by Mrs. Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf from foot-soldier to Minister of Finance of the True Whig Political Party during which she dominated the planning/finance of the OAU Conference held !979 in Liberia – the construction of the Conference Center, Hotel Africa and the Villas of the OAU Village. All of these “developments” have been and are destroyed by the impact of the nightmares of the civil war.

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“NO FRONT-RUNNER FOR 2017”:

The NewDawnnewspaper, proclaims that in the forthcoming presidential and general elections, there are no front-runners, reflecting assessments by the United Nation, political observers, analysts and writers on Liberian politics.

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How officials refuse to pay the taxes that feed them

When former U.S. Vice President Al-Gore was stopped on August 3, 2004 by Oregon State Trooper Eric Tholberg, for going 75 miles (120kph) per hour in a 55 mph (88 kph) zone, Gore did not put up any resistance neither did he called the Police Commissioner’s office.He sat quietly as the officer processed his ticket.

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When you were in Power/Position, what thing you do for us?

Victims of political rhetoric most of whom are the common people or masses have introduced the above phraseology considered as something emerging in the political culture of Liberia. This phraseological question that surfaced in every quarters, electoral districts suggest that the common people have learned their lesson as such cannot be manipulated by empty rhetoric.

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A Critical look at South Africa, Burundi and Gambia decisions to leave the International Criminal Court

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On the basis of alleged institutional bias against Africa and its leaders continued to be propagated byAfrican Union (AU) despite sharp opposition from some member states (Côte d’Ivoire, Nigeria, Senegal, and Tunisia, Botswana, Sierra Leone, Gabon, Central African Republic, Tanzania and Mali) South Africa, Burundi and the Gambia have recently expressed their intention to withdraw from the International criminal Court (ICC). As a crutch for the allegation, the AU argues that out of the ten cases being currently probed by the office of the prosecutor being in Africa (Mali, Cote D’ Ivoire, Central African Republic, Libya, Kenya, Sudan, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo), Georgia is the only country outside Africa facing trial.

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