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2014 Could Be ‘A Year of True Patriotism and Reconciliation’ Only If… Pt. II

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2014 Could Be ‘A Year of True Patriotism and Reconciliation’ Only If… Pt. II

In our last editorial, we quoted President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s New Year Message as charging Liberians with the responsibility of letting the New Year to be one of TRUE PATRIOTISM and RECONCILIATION that would highlight the positive developments that unite them. In consonance with the foregoing, the Liberian Leader emphasized the great potentials with which the country was endowed, noting that as resilient people, Liberians had the potential to rise above the challenges, truly unite and make their country the great nation that it is meant to be.

 

2014 Could Be ‘A Year of True Patriotism and Reconciliation’ Only If… (Pt. I)

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2014 Could Be ‘A Year of True Patriotism and Reconciliation’ Only If… (Pt. I)

In her New Year Message late last year, President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf admonished Liberians to welcome 2014 with a sense of humility, remembering that, as compatriots, they must continue to strengthen the peace now prevailing in the country. Her foregoing admonition is actually in reference to the landmark commemoration of the 10th anniversary of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement that ushered in a decade of uninterrupted peace. She had stated: “We proudly proclaimed to the world that we had lived through a decade of uninterrupted peace- thanks to the contributions from all Liberians and the generous support received from regional institutions and global partners.”

 

Renewed Wave of Armed Robbery & Police Complacency

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Renewed Wave of Armed Robbery & Police Complacency

A few months ago when Police Director Chris Massaquoi announced that the rate of armed robbery had been reduced significantly by police, and that armed robbery had effectively become nothing to write home about, residents of Monrovia and its environs began to ‘breathe an air of relief’.

 

Legislators to Blame, Not Only County Officials

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Legislators to Blame, Not Only County Officials

Despite criticisms and challenges with which it is confronted, the Government of Liberia led by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf has actually made a number of strides toward the nation’s socioeconomic and political development. The introduction of the County Development Fund since the inception of the administration, along with the Social Development Fund is one positive impact-making achievement headway already underscored by well-meaning Liberians.

 

Paying Tribute to China and Amb. Zhao Jianhua

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Paying Tribute to China and Amb. Zhao Jianhua

The Foreign Ministry on Capitol Hill in Monrovia recently played host to an Investiture Ceremony in honor of departing Chinese Ambassador Zhao Jianhua. The ceremony, presided-over by President Sirleaf in her capacity as Grand Master of the Orders of Distinction, also coincided with a farewell reception took place in the C. Cecil Dennis, Jr. Auditorium in the presence of an number of dignitaries, including Vice President Joseph N. Boakai, Chief Justice, His Honor Francis Korkpor, Cabinet Ministers and other senior officials of Government, as well as members of the Diplomatic Corps, traditional leaders, among others.

 
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