The House of Representatives has received the proposed draft budget for the 2017/2018 fiscal period, as required by laws.
While the constitution appears silent on the issue, Liberiaâ€™s Aliens and Nationality Act stipulates that Liberians who acquire an additional citizenship from another country automatically lose their Liberian citizenship.
Just a few months after calling for Liberians to maintain all 73 representatives in electoral districts across the country, House Speaker Emmanuel Nuquay has flipped his position.
The Office of the Election Magistrate in Margibi has confirmed that about 154,000 residents of the county have registered to vote in the upcoming representative and presidential elections in October.
Citizens of Kayata in Suakoko Districtâ€™s Kporquelleh Clan lined the main entrance of their town, singing, clapping, and dancing to celebrate the rehabilitation of their road.
Former Liberian ambassador to the United States, Canada, and Mexico, Jeremiah Sulunteh, says his resignation from the ruling Unity Party was triggered by his disappointment in a lack of focus on youth development.
Amid the governmentâ€™s perceived sluggishness in addressing their demands, Liberian entrepreneurs are threatening to stage a bigger protest next week.
Rep. Emmanuel Nuquay, the speaker of the House of Representatives, has called on citizens of all 73 electoral districts to retain their representatives during the upcoming elections.