Sinoe’s Sen. Milton Teahjay says he wants national and international partners to provide alternative livelihood opportunities for forest-dependent communities across Liberia.
The board of the National Disaster Management Agency has ordered an audit of the agencyâ€™s financial records by the General Auditing Commission.
After an intensive three-day dialogue, Sinoe and River Cess have signed a resolution aimed at settling a longstanding border land dispute between the two counties.
On Friday, June 7, thousands of protesters turned out to participate in the Save the State protest to demand better governance.
Below are photos from the protest.
Senator Milton Teahjay of Sinoe has brought a complaint to the Senate about what he says is an unprecedented level of illegal mining activities currently taking place in many southeastern counties, including Sinoe, River Cess, and Grand Kru.
Sen. Milton Teahjay of Sinoe says he wants a soon-to-be-drafted electoral reform bill to clearly address the issue of the National Elections Commission having to conduct votersâ€™ registration for each election.
Women representing different organizations in Liberia continue to register their displeasure with the recent amendment to the rape law by the Senate.
The Liberian senate has voted to amend the current rape law, making the act a bailable offense. The senate took the decision on Tuesday, during its 60th day sitting of the sixth session.