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Honoring the Shared Responsibilities We Have

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Honoring the Shared Responsibilities We Have

When the Chairperson of the Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission or LACC spoke recently at the official launch of the project “Capacity Building and Sensitization Campaign against Money Laundering, Illicit Drugs and Terrorist Financing in Liberia”  in Monrovia, his prime focus was the battle against crimes. In consonance with the foregoing, Cllr. James N. Verdier, Jr. emphasized shared equal responsibilities of all citizens and residents of Liberia as the best way out toward success against these crimes.

 

Diminishing the threats against July 26

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Diminishing the threats against July 26

Liberia’s 167th Independence celebrations this year are truly destined for the Southeast in Sinoe and Grand Kru Counties. The decentralization of the country’s Independence celebrations annually is the administration’s way of taking development to the people amid its over-app national development programs- thanks to the County and Social Development Funds introduced by the Government of Liberia.

 

Give Mental Health a priority

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Give Mental Health a priority

Senator Peter Coleman of Grand Kru County disclosed last week in session that research conducted in Liberia shows that 40% of the country’s population suffers from post-traumatic illness. He made the disclosure when the Senate debated a Mental Health Bill before it following call here for its urgent enactment into law to cater for mentally ill people in Liberia.

 

NPP’s concerns worth noting

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NPP’s concerns worth noting

The former ruling National Patriotic Party here recently took the Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf’s administration to task for the ongoing inspection exercises for insurance and annual vehicle registration. The NPP said, in a news conference that it is totally against the government’s decision in compelling private and commercial vehicles to take insurance protection before plying the streets of Monrovia, as well as other municipalities and highways across the country.

 

U.S. State Department Report: Good to Accept, But…..

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U.S. State Department Report: Good to Accept, But…..

The Government of Liberia recently frowned at the United States Human rights report for referring to Liberia as the most corrupt country in Africa, even though it admitted to widespread corruption in the country.

Last Updated ( Tuesday, 11 March 2014 00:56 )
 
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