This past weekend, partisans of the Liberty Party joined together with residents of Grand Bassa to stage a night of candlelight vigil commemorating the death of the political institution’s founder and revered son of the county, Charles Walker Brumskine.
Grand Bassa’s legislative caucus has held a one-day consultative meeting to discuss with citizens President George Weah’s recently submitted amendments to the constitution.
Sinoe’s Senator Augustine Chea has filed a complaint against Sen. Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence for prioritizing the newly-elected Senator Darius Dillon over him in assigning office space in the Capitol Building.
The Liberian Senate has decided to constitute a committee to investigate Grand Bassa’s Sen. Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence’s recent ‘assault’ on Montserrado’s Sen. Saah Joseph.
Grand Bassa’s Senator Nyonblee Karnga-Lawrence has promised a formal apology to her colleague, Senator Saah Joseph of Montserrado, for spilling water on him after Thursday’s session.
Liberty Party has refuted widespread reports that its former standard-bearer and political leader Charles Brumskine has died.
The Liberian Senate has called the heads of national security institutions in the country to address concerns of recent reports of electoral violence.
The University of Liberia has told the Senate’s committees on education and public administration that the institution now operates at a deficit due to the government’s failure to pay for its free tuition policy.