Some civil society organizations, politicians, as well as voters from Grand Bassa are expressing concern about the upcoming December 8 referendum. They say the limited public awareness about the three constitutional propositions would leave many voters in the dark.
The medical director of Buchanan’s Liberian Government Hospital has confirmed the receipt of an ambulance and an ultrasound scanner from the Ministry of Health.
Twenty journalists from across Liberia are currently undergoing six-day elections reporting training in Monrovia.
The Ministry of Justice has concluded a regional consultative meeting with its partners to construct a draft policy aiming to formalize alternative dispute resolutions across the country.
Grand Bassa’s Sen. Jonathan L. Kaipay has been chosen by the Senate to represent Liberia at the ECOWAS Parliament, replacing Nimba’s Sen. Prince Johnson, who previously served as deputy speaker.
The Second Judicial Circuit Court has sentenced a 19-year-old man to 40 years imprisonment for raping a 13-year-girl in Grand Bassa.
Representatives of the largest unions in the agriculture sector have met in Buchanan to adopt a resolution aimed at improving the oil palm sector in Liberia, amid drastic effects on the industry caused by the pandemic and other international market factors.
The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission has concluded a regional consultative meeting in Buchanan, ahead of a National Anti-Corruption Conference slated for September 15-16.