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Editorial: Avoiding A Repetition of the Mary Broh Affair

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Editorial: Avoiding A Repetition of the Mary Broh Affair

At long-last, Acting Monrovia City Mayor Mary T. Broh is back in the streets of the city in continuation of her ruthless engagements with street vendors/peddlers and passers-by in her attempt to clean the city, as well as enforce city ordinances.

 

Editorial: Resignation and Dismissal Not Enough

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Editorial: Resignation and Dismissal Not Enough

With six months into its second term, the Executive Mansion appears to be stamping its feet to the ground by beginning to weed out elements in the government whose performances may not be compatible with its administrative belief. The first casualties of such executive action are the Managing Director and Deputy Managing Director for technical Services of the Liberia water and Sewer Corporation or LWSC.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 17 July 2012 01:02 )
 

Editorial: We Hail The CDC Courage

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Editorial: We Hail The CDC Courage

The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC), a key opposition political party here took a bold step over the weekend by hosting several political parties, including the governing Unity Party at its National Headquarters in Congo Town to discuss the country’s political future, a step that is worth noting. The gathering, dubbed political parties’ consultative forum, brought together the governing Unity Party, National Patriotic Party, National Democratic Coalition, National Union for Democratic Progress and the True Whig Party, amongst others to discuss the need for reform of the electoral laws and the Constitution of Liberia as well as fraud suspicions during elections.

 

Editorial: Draft Nat’l Budget Must Undergo Readjustment on Capitol Hill

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Editorial: Draft Nat’l Budget Must Undergo Readjustment on Capitol Hill

The Executive Branch of the Government, through the Ministry of Finance seems to be very restless in its attempts to put an end to the debate on its 2012/2013 draft national budget. The budget, currently before the Legislature, continues to face serious criticisms and condemnations from the public and some members of the Liberian Legislature.

 

Editorial: UP Must Face The Challenge

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Editorial: UP Must Face The Challenge

Last week’s street protest by hundreds of jobless youth from the governing Unity Party for employment amidst promise by the government to create 20,000 jobs this year squarely reveals the stark reality facing the Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Administration. The aggrieved UP partisans, who are demanding the resignation of their standard bearer President Johnson-Sirleaf,  have reportedly threatened to stage a second round of protest after a planned meeting with her over the weekend failed to take place.

 
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