The Governance Commission, in collaboration with the Land Commission and the Constitution Review Committee will tomorrow, Friday, December 12, 2014 hold a high level roundtable on the theme “land Rights and the Constitution”. The discussion is expected to be held at the Monrovia City Hall at 10 am.
According to a press release issued late last night, this is the second in a series of roundtable organized by the Governance Commission and relevant partners to addressed key issues relatives to Liberia’s transformation.
Last week, the Governance Commission and the Ministry of Internal Affairs hosted a similar roundtable on decentralization implementation chaired by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The Friday’s event will include to panel discussions on land rights and the constitution and overview and the constitutional implications of paradigm shift in land rights and governance.
Deputy Speaker Hans Barchue will serve as special guest at the ceremony, while Cllr. Gloria Musu Scott of the Constitution Review Committee, Dr. Othello Brandy of the Land Commission, Cllr. Moses Paygar from the Sherman and Sherman Law Firm, Silas Siakor of Sustainable Development Initiative and among others are expected to make presentations.