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Expressed commitment alone cannot guarantee the kind of Security Envisage for UNMIL Drawdown

Ever since the adoption of the United Nations resolution 2190 (2014), that explicitly called upon the Government of Liberia to start preparing for complete security responsibilities from the United Nations Mission in Liberia (UNMIL) no later than 30 June 2016, the imminent or obvious security implications or concerns continue to be discussed in every quarter including the National Legislature.

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2017 and the Current Presidential Aspirants

In October of 2017, Liberia goes to the poll to put in place a new governance structure- in Presidential and General elections, for another six years (if and only if the 1986 Constitution of Liberia stays the way it is). The election and subsequent inauguration of the new Government of Liberia in January of 2018 will mark the end of twelve years of governance under the Unity Party led by President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf.

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“Tolerance is the Only Way Forward . . .” - Nyei : A Response

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Public Policy . Economics . Democratic Politics . Political/Economic Decentralization . Public Dishonesty . Dual Citizenship

April 20, 2015

In a recent article (The Perspective, April 8, 2015), Mr. Moe Nyei cautioned/advised Liberians, including himself, about the need for religious tolerance. 

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Corruption, Liberia's Vampire: A strong resolve needed to defeat it -The case of Liberia's Consul General in New York

Since declaring corruption public foe number one in 2006, the menace has grown stronger  and resistance to the multiplicity of measures put in place to curtail it. Two particular institutions responsible for detailing acts of corruption and undertaking investigations are the General Auditing Commission (GAC) and the Liberia Anti Corruption Commission (LACC). From all indications, the two institutions have been competently carrying out their duties. The critical challenge remains prosecution.

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“Liberia Pledges to take 107th GAC Audit Report More Serious”- Browne: A Response

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Public Policy . Economics . Democratic Politics . Political/Economic Decentralization . Public Dishonesty . Dual Citizenship

Government Spokesman, Information Minister, Lewis Browne, declared (FrontpageAfricaonlie, April 13, 2015) that “Liberia pledges to take serious (the) 107th GAC Audit Report more Serious”. This declaration is implicit admission that the Government had been, and is, less serious about prior or previous, GAC Audit Reports than the 107th.

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Turning the Page on Ebola

WASHINGTON, DC – The Ebola outbreak that began last year in Guinea, Sierra Leone, and Liberia, three of the four countries of the Mano River Union, is the most severe on record since the disease was first diagnosed in Central Africa in 1976. The impact of the epidemic has been devastating, calling into question our three countries’ significant socioeconomic progress in the aftermath of decades of conflict and instability.

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THE NATIONAL CONSTITUTION CONFERENCE-WHAT CRC COULD NOT DO

”Never before in the history of Liberia has there been a constitutional making or review process so inclusive and so participatory with divergent inputs as the process designed by the Constitution Review Committee.” Since its establishment and work, the above has been a significant and heart piecing comment from citizens of Liberia geographically.

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The Implications for the proposal to Christianize Liberia

In 2013, Liberians celebrated a decade of “Hard –won Peace” as described by the President of Liberia. On this occasion, precisely 19th August 2013, the President in her special message emphatically reminded Liberians to promote a multiplicity of peace dividends critical for building our nation.

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The attempt to make Liberia a Christian State is bad for the future of Liberia!!

In recent days, we’ve seen the reemergence of a “Christian State  Campaign” by some group of people calling for the imposition of  Christianity as the state religion of the Republic of Liberia against  several provisions of our organic law of 1986 and its preamble. Those  unpatriotic and un-nationalistic group of people are attempting to justify their anti-peace and divisive demand through the misconception of CHAPTER XII articles 91 and 92 subtitled, “AMENDMENTS, which read Article 91:

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Keynote Statement by Her Excellency, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Keynote Statement by Her Excellency, Madam Ellen Johnson Sirleaf

Marking the Opening of the National Constitution Conference of Liberia 

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