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Liberian Media and Its Diminishing Integrity

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Liberian Media and Its Diminishing Integrity

The media, in any society, is one selector on which such society depends for information-sharing. Like others, the Liberian society has and continues to receive its share of dividends of the media to include the enhancement of democracy and bridging of the information gap. Despite been hailed in several instances for discharging its responsibilities in effect amidst financial constraints, the Liberian media landscape may not be problem-free.

 

Editorial: A Message for the Newly Commissioned Officials

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Editorial: A Message for the Newly Commissioned Officials

One hundred junior officials of government were on Friday, August 31, 2012, commissioned by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf in Monrovia.

 

Editorial: Jewel, Snowe Must Not ‘Cry More Than The Bereaved

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Editorial: Jewel, Snowe Must Not ‘Cry More Than The Bereaved

Article 18 of the Liberian Constitution provides that all citizens shall have equal opportunity for work and employment regardless of sex, creed, religion, ethnic background, place of origin or political affiliation and shall be entitled to equal pay for equal work. The same Liberian Constitution, under Article54, empowers the President of Liberia to appoint public officials who, in Article 56, serve at her pleasure. The Senate’s consent is also required in these appointments where necessary.

 

Editorial: Following-up Recent Government Mandate on Tuition Reduction

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Editorial: Following-up Recent Government Mandate on Tuition Reduction

The Ministry of Education recently announced publicly the reduction of tuition fees in private schools across the country. The decision by the Education Ministry was a result of a meeting held with authorities and administrators of private and church-run schools. The meeting was held amidst public outcry against the arbitrary and unceremonious increase in tuition and other fees at private and church schools in Monrovia and its environs by either or more than a hundred percent.

 

Editorial: Upholding the Essence of Flag Day

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Editorial: Upholding the Essence of Flag Day

This year’s national Flag Day celebrations in Monrovia and the rest of the country brought profound memories of what this sacred event used to be prior to the civil crisis, instilling into students the spirit of nationalism and love for country.

 
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