In an effort to hold Pres. George Weah accountable for promises he made during the 2017 presidential campaign, a pro-democracy group has engaged with students at the Grand Bassa Community College to review the president’s accomplishments.
Ahead of the 62nd Armed Forces Day on Monday, February 11, the associate dean of the Louis Arthur Grimes School of Law is calling for increased budgetary allotment to the Armed Forces of Liberia.
The National Youth Movement for Transparent Elections has released a report evaluating the first 270 days of President George Weah’s government, based on promises made to Liberians during and after the 2017 elections.
The superintendent of police in Bong County, Frederick Nepay, is calling for increased citizens’ collaboration in preventing crimes in the county.
The Elections Coordinating Committee has concluded a policy dialogue with more than 60 representatives of political parties, civil society organizations, local government officials, youth groups, and women organizations in Gbarnga.
With five months to the presidential and legislative elections, NAYMOTE Partners for Democratic Development has conducted a public opinion poll on citizens’ perception of the current lawmakers in Liberia, revealing that 65 percent of registered voters are disappointed with their current lawmakers.
NAYMOTE, a civic education organization, has completed a weeklong training for women contestants and their campaign managers at the Development Education Network in Gbarnga.
The Elections Coordinating Committee, a consortium of civil society organizations working on the elections, has completed the training of 24 voter registration observers from three different counties.