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Appreciating Ongoing Legislative Oil Sector Consultations

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Appreciating Ongoing Legislative Oil Sector Consultations

Consultations on the New Petroleum Law of Liberia, as well as the Act of the National Oil Company of Liberia or NOCAL are continuing across the country under the auspices of the Liberian Legislature. The Legislative consultations have already been held with Liberians in Nimba, Bong, Lofa, Bomi, Gbarpolu, Grand Cape, as well as Margibi, Rivercess, Grand Bassa and Grand Gedeh Counties, and are still continuing in River Gee and other south-eastern counties of Liberia at the moment. The political exercise is intended to solicit the inputs of citizens in the final legislation of the two documents.

 

All Eyes on Ongoing MOC Inspection Exercise

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All Eyes on Ongoing MOC Inspection Exercise

Commerce and Industry Ministry in Monrovia last week announced the commencement of a four-month technical inspection program across the country, beginning with the capital. Already, Minister Axel M. Addy with Deputy and Assistant Ministers and Inspector General have been leading the first phase of the inspection in Monrovia. Prior to the exercise which began on Wednesday, November 20, 2013, Minister  Addy told a news conference at the Information Ministry’s regular press briefing last Thursday that the purpose of the inspection is to educate the public and private sector on conformity standards, while building the capacity of assigned inspectors on sector’s specific technical inspection procedures.

Last Updated ( Monday, 25 November 2013 08:32 )
 

PUL Injunction Case: Out-of-Court Settlement An Option

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PUL Injunction Case: Out-of-Court Settlement An Option

It is all clear that the court injunction file against the Press Union of Liberia by two of its members will now go into full adjudication after the Civil Law Court at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia handed down its ruling on Monday, November 18, 2013 in favor of the complainants. Lawyers of the Press Union of Liberia, on Monday, November 11, 2013, filed a motion for the dismissal of the injunction by complainants J. Cholo Brooks and W. Omecee Johnson because they did not have legal grounds for such. The PUL Legal Counsel prayed the court to deny the injunction, owing to the fact that the two were not qualified, as candidates in keeping with the Union’s Constitution, to pursue such legal action against their disqualification by the Union’s election Commission.

 

Government Must Remain Firm

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Government Must Remain Firm

Since the restriction placed on the movements of commercial motorcycles in the heart of Monrovia and other municipalities, as well as other vital areas of the suburbs, the debate on the decision continues to be characterized by mix reactions. While some in certain quarters continue to oppose the action of the Liberian Government, owing to the fact that the movements of commercial motorcyclists from the suburbs to strategic parts of Monrovia and other municipalities have and continue to immensely  reduce the transportation problems, most Liberians want the government to remain firm in ensuring the enforcement of  the decision.

 

Motivation in the EPS Must Be Continuous

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Motivation in the EPS Must Be Continuous

Capacity-building in any institution or organization is very vital to its efficiency and effectiveness. Such progressive attributes propel the institution or organization tremendous growth and development.

 
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