Nimba’s district eight representative, Larry P. Younquoi, has refuted the recent reports by media houses in Monrovia that lawmakers boycotted the five-day Constitution Review Committee retreat in Ganta.
The Acting Mayor of Unification City in the Mboo Statutory District in Margibi, Emanuel Fatumay has announced plans to begin the collection of municipal taxes on business situated within the city.
A petition that seeks to obstruct any referendum that will include the quest to make Liberia a Christian state has been presented to the national legislature.
A cross section of Women in Liberia ave ended a one-day deliberating on the four propositions agreed on at the National Constitution Review Conference in Gbarnga, Bong County.
Liberian Muslims have vowed to boycott any referendum seeking to amend the Country 1986 constitution if it includes a measure to make Liberia a Christian state.
Barely three weeks after the National Constitutional Review Conference in Gbarnga, where delegates approved the suggested changed to declare Liberia a Christian nation, Muslims in Liberia are condemning the act and are expected to hold a national conference.
Delegates at the recently concluded National Constitution Review Conference approved a proposal to make Liberia a Christian state. Jackie Sayegh explains why the notion that Liberia was founded on Christian principles is based on a lie. She argues that if Liberia is to remain inclusive, the constitution must preserve secularism.
The Constitution Review Committee has ended a four-day National Constitution Review Conference in Gbarnga. The four days exercise brought together delegates from the fifteen subdivisions and the Diaspora to vote on 25 issues to be forwarded for amendments to the 1986 constitution including reducing term durations for political offices and making Liberia a Christian state.