Alfred Cheeks, the Central Bank employee accused of leaking documents revealing the cost of Pres. George Weah’s first trip to France, has finally been dismissed from the institution for breaching a confidentiality agreement.
Nearly a week following his inauguration, President George Weah has made dozens of additional appointments in government. The appointments, according to an Executive Mansion release issued on Saturday, affect several ministries and agencies of the government.
President George Weah is currently in the Ethiopian capital, Addis Ababa, to participate in the 30th Ordinary Session of the Assembly of Heads of State and Government of the African Union.
The gender equity requirement in the elections law appears to have no consequences as no political party has met the 30 percent threshold set and the National Elections Commission has said it will not penalize the parties.
The National Elections Commission has warned four political parties for engaging in campaigning ahead of the period set aside for campaigning for the upcoming October 2017 general and presidential elections.