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Editorial: Morlu’s Allegations

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Editorial: Morlu’s Allegations

Challenging the Government to Prove Otherwise

Liberia’s former Auditor General, John Morlu, III is once more at the core of what may likely be another public debate in Monrovia and elsewhere in the country. His denial, as alleged, by the Liberian Government is already the focus of online media reports and has already begun surfacing in the local media here.

 

Editorial: Madam President: Please Listen and Act

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Editorial: Madam President: Please Listen and Act

What may introduce another public debate or controversy between the Legislative and Executive Branches of Government if the necessary constitutional measures are not adhere to, has surfaced on the front pages of Liberian newspapers and radio airwaves. News of Finance Minister Amara Konneh’s double role as a “child of two cities” (both as Minister of Finance and Planning and Economic Affairs in the government) became publicly known when the matter became the focus of the Senate’s plenary last Thursday through a communication to that general Assembly of Senators by the Committee on Planning and Economic Affairs of the Liberian Senate.

 

Editorial: Disagreeing with Ministry of Education Justifications

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Editorial: Disagreeing with Ministry of Education Justifications

Since the commencement of the process of registration for the next academic year on Monday, July 16, 2012, parents, guardians and self-sup[ported students continue to experience difficulties in mustering the means and funds in adherence to the mandate of the Ministry of education. Such public outcry and difficulties are a result of the arbitrary increase in tuition and other fees at the various private and ‘church’ schools in Monrovia and its environs.

 

Editorial: Hailing National Oration as Voice of Reasoning

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Editorial: Hailing National Oration as Voice of Reasoning

Thursday, July 26, 2012 Liberians across the country celebrated the nation’s hundredth and sixty-fifth Independence. In Monrovia, the official program under the auspices of the Government of Liberia befitting the day was held under the theme “Transformation of the Legacy of Development and Democracy”.

 

Editorial: Liberia @165: Celebrating Achievements or Age?

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Editorial: Liberia @165: Celebrating Achievements or Age?

Thursday, July 26, 2012 makes Liberia a hundred and sixty-five years as a “sovereign and independent state” on the continent of Africa. In conformity with a Proclamation issued recently by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf, tomorrow, July 26 will be observed across the country as a national holiday.

 
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