In a surprising twist, the Senate’s Committee on Foreign Affairs has recommended that the controversial foreign minister-designate, Dee-Maxwell Kemayah, be confirmed by the Senate.
Sen. Prince Y. Johnson has pronounced his resignation from the ECOWAS Parliament, where he served as deputy speaker. He plans to now focus on opening his polytechnic university.
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 Eighth Judicial Circuit Court in Sanniquellie has moved to transfer the case of the trial of Sensee Kowo to the Second Judicial Circuit Court in Grand Bassa. Kowo, along with other defendants, is being tried for the murder of commercial motorcyclist Samuel Selleh.
An executive member of a constituent party of the opposition Collaborating Political Parties says he will run as an independent candidate for senator of Nimba despite the CPP endorsing the Liberty Party’s Edith Gongloe-Weh to contest on its ticket.
Human rights advocates in Liberia are disappointed over the failure of President George Weah to make any commitment to establish a war crimes court during his third address before the United Nations General Assembly on Wednesday.
President George Weah has addressed the 75th United Nations General Assembly, where he touted his government’s efforts to reduce incidents of sexual and gender-based violence.
Judge Kennedy Peabody of the Civil Law Court says he wants jury trials banned in order to limit the level of corruption in the justice system.