In a historic and monumental move for the Liberian community in the United States, President Donald Trump has signed the National Defense Authorization Act for 2020 into law. The law contains a key provision facilitating permanent residency for Liberians living in the U.S.
The founder of Universal Human Rights International, Torli Krua, has announced a tour of three northern U.S. states to create awareness on the plight of Liberian refugees in America.
With his hands free of the blood of innocent people, our popularly elected, athletic, and energetic President George Weah is the best president to heal Liberia’s wounds and give Liberia a fresh start, beginning with national reconciliation, justice, participatory democracy, and equal opportunities.
The United States District Court of Massachusetts in Boston has issued a writ of summons for former president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, and others to face accusations for their alleged roles played in the Liberian civil war.
A Liberian in the U.S. has filed a lawsuit against those who he alleges are the main perpetrators and sponsors of atrocities committed against civilians, including violence, torture, and rape, during the country’s bloody civil war.
The president of the Universal Human Rights International, Torli Krua, is calling on President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to issue an executive order granting visa waivers to thousands of Liberians in the diaspora, to facilitate their return to the country to invest into the economic.
“Liberia is on the wrong track,” a U.S.-based human rights advocate has claimed. Torli Krua is advocating for Liberians to start practicing participatory democracy in order to bring substantive changes to the country.
After a visit to five of Liberia’s 15 counties with retired Massachusetts State Representative Benjamin Swan, the founder of the Universal Human Rights International, Torli Krua, is calling for a citizen-driven change approach to reforming Liberia’s political system.