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Editorial: Commending CDC for A Peaceful Memorial Day

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Editorial: Commending CDC for A Peaceful Memorial Day

Thousands of partisans, along with the leadership of the main opposition Congress for Democratic Change or CDC on Wednesday, November 7, 2012 gathered at the party’s Congo Town headquarters to observe a memorial day for the casualties sustained during last year’s stand-off with the Liberia National Police on the eve of the presidential run-off election in Liberia.

 

Editorial: Stop War of Words

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Editorial: Stop War of Words

Too many verbal attacks have been unleashed among key public officials here in the last two or three weeks, heightening tension within the government of Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. Public officials seem to be busy with blame- shifting, name-calling and other stinking attacks rather than working together to move the country forward. Recently, members of the 53rd Liberian Legislature returned fire sharply after President Johnson-Sirleaf disclosed in the United States that lawmakers prioritize their personal interest over the wellbeing of the citizenry.

 

Editorial: Instituting Measures Against In-House Wrangling and Poor Performance in Gov’t

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Editorial: Instituting Measures Against In-House Wrangling and Poor Performance in Gov’t

A recent pronouncement by Executive Mansion Spokesman Jerolinmick Piah attributing to President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, regarding her plan for a cabinet rearrangement may not have only been a result of poor performance, but ongoing in-house wrangling among her officials. The in-house wrangling among President Sirleaf’s officials may have probably resulted to their poor-showing at their various ministries and agencies of government.

 

Editorial: Cabinet Rearrangement: A Welcome Decision, Madam President, But…

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Editorial: Cabinet Rearrangement: A Welcome Decision, Madam President, But…

Reports of eminent cabinet rearrangement, including reshuffle and dismissal have again resurfaced in the Liberian media. Even though there had been initial denial of the cabinet reshuffle by the executive Mansion and a few cabinet ministers following the publication of the story a few weeks ago by the New Dawn-Liberia, ,this latest news released by the Liberian Presidency  is just a confirmation of what this paper reported.

 

Editorial: Robust Measures Against Increasing Armed Robbery

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Editorial: Robust Measures Against Increasing Armed Robbery

Peace is generally understood as a state of harmony characterized by the lack of violent conflict and the freedom from fear of violence. Internationally, peace is not only the absence of war or violent conflict, but also the presence of positive and respectful socio-economic and cultural relationships. Even though socio-economic and cultural relationships in Liberia from the perspective of peace, from time in memorial, continue to experience herculean challenges, the absence of war for the past decade under the auspices of the United Nations Mission in Liberia or UNMIL may be considered peacetime.

 
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