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Editorial: Keeping the Pressure On

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Editorial: Keeping the Pressure On

The pronounced decision by the Government of President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf to demolish the new Defense Ministry Complex in Oldest Congo Town continues to be at the core of debates in all quarters of the Liberian society. The government recently announced publicly to the people of Liberia that it was about to demolish the building at the cost of Four Million United States Dollars to make way for the construction of its ministerial complex under the auspices of the Government of the People’s republic of China at more than Sixty Million United States Dollars.

 

Editorial: President’s Comments: Putting Debate to Rest

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Editorial: President’s Comments: Putting Debate to Rest

Recently in the U.S. during a fund-raising ceremony under the auspices of the Sirleaf Market Women Fund at a public school in New York’s Harlem Community, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf reportedly announced to her audience that she was told that women who supported her during the 2005 elections confiscated the voting cards of their children.

Last Updated ( Thursday, 04 October 2012 00:33 )
 

Editorial: ‘Toothless’ Commerce Ministry or? (Pt. I)

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Editorial: ‘Toothless’ Commerce Ministry or? (Pt. I)

Even though it is statutorily established that the Ministry of Commerce and Industry is charged with the responsibility of regulating all businesses, as well as prices in the Republic, it may just be a toothless bull-dog in executing such mandate. As if there doesn’t exist a government regulatory institution called the Ministry of Commerce and Industry, foreign and Liberian importers of goods determine how such goods are priced and even distributed.

Last Updated ( Monday, 01 October 2012 00:13 )
 

Editorial: Maintaining Decency and Prestige of EPS

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Editorial: Maintaining Decency and Prestige of EPS

On Tuesday, September 25, 2012, the New Dawn-Liberia reported an a brutal incident involving an agent of the presidential elite force, Executive Protective Service or EPS previously known as Special Security or SSS  and a private security guard of the Regional Security Network  in Vai Town, Bushrod Island in Monrovia.

 

Editorial: ‘Toothless’ Commerce Ministry Or….?

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Editorial: ‘Toothless’ Commerce Ministry Or….?

Except for a few in the public service, life in Liberia continues to be unbearable day-by-day for ordinary Liberians due to the high cost of living. Least to think about other parts of the country, most Liberians residing in Monrovia and its environs hardly afford a meal a day, and if there should be one, it is either plain rice without any nutritional ingredients or bugger wheat with salt and palm oil.

 
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