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Editorial: Salary Increment: Giving Civil Servants Serious Consideration

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Editorial: Salary Increment: Giving Civil Servants Serious Consideration

The Executive Branch of Government, through the Ministry of Finance, recently presented to the Liberian Legislature a ‘Multi-Year Budget’ or Three-Year Budget covering its expenditure. The government has set aside Six Hundred and Forty Nine Million United States Dollars for its first year operations.

 

Editorial: Commerce Ministry: Flexing Statutory Muscles

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Editorial: Commerce Ministry: Flexing Statutory Muscles

Since 2006, there seems to be no attempt to properly regulate the prices of goods and services which continue to “sky-rise” at will across Liberia. As a result, Lebanese and other foreign merchants continue to decide the fate of thousands and thousands of consumers by determining how their goods and services are priced. The boisterous manner in which most of these  business people defend their actions against the Liberian people leaves one to wonder as to what is actually  going wrong with our price system as it relates to the role of the Ministry of Commerce and Industry-the institution created by Liberian Law to regulates goods and services, as well as their prices.

Last Updated ( Friday, 01 June 2012 01:50 )
 

Editorial: ICC: A Hope to Prevent Recurrence of Liberia’s Bitter Past

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Editorial: ICC: A Hope to Prevent Recurrence of Liberia’s Bitter Past

The issue of justice for the victimization of more than 250, 000 Liberians and wanton destruction which characterized Liberia’s years of intermittent civil wars continues to be at the core of radio news broadcasts and newspaper publications.

 

Editorial: Choosing the Law and Not Violence Again, CDC

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Editorial: Choosing the Law and Not Violence Again, CDC

The Congress for Democratic Change (CDC) seems to be in the pages of the newspapers and radio airwaves again for, perhaps, all of the wrong political reasons. The CDC may just be sending the wrong signals to thousands of its members and supporters through its recent fluctuating political statements regarding the alleged decision by the National Elections Commission or NEC to stop it from participating in the July 3, 2012 By-Election for Montserrado County District Number 11.

 

Editorial: The RIA: Another Challenging Matter For the House of Reps

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Editorial: The RIA: Another Challenging Matter For the House of Reps

Recently, the Roberts International Airport or RIA in Margibi County was the focus of attention in almost all of the news media in Liberia. At the core of the news was the very poor management of the AIR by its American Managing Director, Mr. James Banks since taking over a few years back. It followed a number of concerns raised by several Liberians and visitors, as well as some members of the Liberian Legislature, including the “life-threatening”.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 22 May 2012 03:58 )
 
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