In a rare and recently unprecedented move, the House of Representatives suspended all its rules to ratify a US$40 Million financing agreement with the World Bank.
During its fifth day of sitting during its extraordinary session, the House of Representatives unanimously accepted a communication resubmitted by Rep. Clarence Massaquoi of Lofaâ€™s third district, calling for same-sex practices in Liberia to be made a criminal offense. Â Â
On Monday, the Institute for Research and Democratic Development released its 2015 legislative performance report grading lawmakers of the 53rd National Legislature. The report ranked specific lawmakers on various aspects of their performances and highlighteds overall concerns with the institution.