A group under the banner of Solidarity of Lofa Citizens have presented a check of US$10,000 to Criminal Court C in restitution for Brownie Samukai, the county’s senator-elect.
Unity Party Secretary-General’s ‘Wanted’ Case Raises Suspicions of Political Interference by Police
Despite being declared a wanted man by the Liberian National Police on Friday, March 19, Unity Party Secretary-General Mohammed Ali has not been charged with any crime. The case is drawing condemnations from opposition groups that the police decision was politically motivated.
Supreme Court Upholds Brownie Samukai’s Guilty Verdict
The Supreme Court has upheld a previous decision by a lower court in finding former defense minister Brownie Samukai guilty of three corruption-related charges.
Supreme Court Rules That Dec. 8 Referendum is Unconstitutional
A national referendum that was set to take place on December 8, 2020 has been canceled after the Supreme Court ruled that it violated the constitution.
Supreme Court Lifts Ban on December 8 Senatorial Elections
The Supreme Court has lifted a ban on campaign activities for the December 8 senatorial elections after an aspirant who was disqualified by the National Elections Commission withdrew his case against the elections body.
Solidarity Center Trains Labor Groups in Tackling Human Trafficking
A U.S.-based workers’ rights organization has collaborated with the Ministry of Labor to train union leaders in recognizing and preventing human trafficking.
City Court Orders the Arrest of Former Student Activist Martin Kollie
The Monrovia City Court has ordered the arrest of the former student advocate Martin K. N. Kollie for alleging that a security officer at the Freeport of Monrovia is the prime suspect behind the murders of the two Liberia Revenue Authority employees.
Judicial Workers Temporarily Suspend Protest for Salary Arrears After Finance Minister’s Intervention
Employees of the judicial branch of government have temporarily suspended their protest at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia after Finance Minister Samuel Tweah assured them of the government’s commitment to investigate their claim.