Mining Scandal Could Haunt Sherman in Likely Supreme Court Justice Search

  The names of prominent lawyers are being speculated as possible candidates for a Supreme Court judge’s role as the Senate prepares to hear the impeachment case involving Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh. Justice Ja’neh could be...

‘Lawyers Will Not Protest Against Ja’neh’s Impeachment Saga’

  The Liberia National Bar Association (LNBA) said Wednesday in Monrovia it will not honor the call from one of its members Cllr. Arthur Johnson to stage a three day protest and boycott of courts...

POWER PLAY ! House Flexes Muscles Over Judiciary In Impeachment Saga

The House of Representatives Tuesday voted 23 to one to adapt a bill of impeachment against Supreme Court of Liberia Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh for alleged theft of property, perjury, fraud and corruption. Other charges against...

Lawyers, Judges Rallied to Boycott Courts over Ja’neh’s Impeachment Process

  One of the lawyers representing embattled Associate Justice Kabineh Ja’neh, Cllr. Arthur Johnson, has been rallying lawyers and judges across the country to stage a three-day protest and boycott of courtrooms in order to...

‘War Crimes Court Da Fiasco! It’s Not Coming Here’ – PYJ

  The establishment of a tribunal to prosecute Liberia’s warlords who bear the greatest responsibility for atrocious crimes committed during the country’s civil war is not possible according to once feared rebel commander and Senator...

LRA Chief Seeks to Raise Revenue Beyond US$500million

Commissioner General-designate of the Liberia Revenue Authority (LRA) Thomas Doe-Nah said to achieve the government’s Pro-Poor Agenda for Development and Prosperity, the country’s revenue base must be expanded beyond an annual budget of US$500...

Defiant House Rubbishes Supreme Court’s Authority

In what seems a potential Constitutional crisis, the House of Representatives has, for the second time, spurned a mandate of the Honorable Supreme Court to stop proceedings for the impeachment of an Associate Justice,...

Dead ‘Watchdogs’ How Anti Graft Agencies Are Contributing to Secrecy & Corruption

The Liberia Anti Corruption Commission and the General Auditing Commission are amongst integrity institutions born out of post war reforms intended to promote transparency and bolster public confidence in government. But their combined performance has...

War, Genocide & Peace How Kofi Annan is Remembered

Ghana-born Kofi Annan, who died Saturday aged 80, was the first UN chief from sub-Saharan Africa, and it was on this continent that he experienced both the most difficult moment of his career, as...

Weah’s Main Rivals Cold-Shoulder ‘Unity’ Meeting

President George Weah Thursday held talks with opposition leaders in the capital Monrovia to seek proposals and recommendations with respect to the national economy, democracy and governance. Dozens of political party leaders were in attendance...