Tag Archives: Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission

Transparency International’s Local Affiliate Calls for Specialized Anti-Corruption Court in Liberia

In light of the deteriorating perception of corruption in the public sector, a local affiliate of the international group Transparency International has called upon the Liberian government and its international partners to establish a specialized court to try corruption cases in Liberia.

Some Margibians Say a Ban on Convicted Candidates Could Help in Corruption Fight

Corruption is a major scourge of Liberia’s politics; however, the National Elections Commission, the body charged with approving candidates running for elected office, does not disqualify political aspirants found to have committed corrupt or fraudulent activities.

Anti-Corruption Commission Confirms Requesting CDC Candidate to Restitute Over US$9,000

The Liberia Anti-Corruption Commission has confirmed requesting Abu Kamara, the Coalition for Democratic Change candidate in Montserrado’s 15th district by-election, to restitute more than US$9,000 he defrauded the government.

OP-ED: Master Dribbler George Weah is Still Dribbling With Liberia’s Corruption’s Fight

No one doubt that President George Weah is a master dribbler. He has the medals to show for this claim. And in the political realm, master dribbler Weah has also exhibited quite some dribbling skills on the likes of Brumskine, Tubman, and Sirleaf.