Senators Delay Debate on Bill To Review NEC Authority

Senators Monday deferred discussion into a bill to clarify the power and authority of the National Elections Commission with respect to the qualification of political parties, organizations and independent candidates. Plenary session of the senate...

Nailed! S/Court Upholds Disqualification of COC Violator

The Supreme Court has upheld the rejection and disqualification of Montserrado County district # 15 representative aspirant Abu Kamara for violating the Code of Conduct for public officials and government employees. Chief Justice Francis S....

Cheers in Margibi For Boakai-Nuquay Team

It was a scene of joy and emotion in the city of Kakata, Margibi County, Saturday when a swarm of citizens from the county’s five electoral districts marched through the principle streets to welcome...

Country Gets US$200m Steel Plant

President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Friday witnessed the formal signing ceremony of the Agreement between the Government of Liberia and TIDFORE (Hong Kong) Investment (LICEMCO) for the establishment of a Steel Plant in Liberia. The...

Weah’s Starting 11 VS. Corruption All Stars, 11% Inflation, 24% Currency Depreciation

Johnson Sirleaf is leaving office criticized for doing little to improve the living conditions of the country’s poor. Increased bilateral and commercial debt, uncontrolled corruption, poor health and education systems, double digit inflation and...

Boakai Remains My Choice -President Sirleaf

In the wake of media report and rumors that President Sirelaf is supporting the opposition bloc in the insuring elections, the president has declared that her backing for the vice president’s presidential bid remains...

763 candidates Battle for 73 Legislative Seats

In keeping with its electoral calendar, the National Elections Commission (NEC) has released the Provisional Candidate Listing with 763 individuals cleared to contest for seats in the house of Representatives. The house has 73...

Sierra Leone landslide: More than 300 killed

More than 300 people have been killed after a mudslide and heavy flooding in Sierra Leone. Relatives were left digging through mud in search of their loved-ones, as a mortuary in the capital of Freetown...

Hate Messages Prevalent In Religious Community -Minister Togba

Internal Affairs Minister Dr. Henrique has warned the religious community to refrain from preaching hate messages that would endanger the country’s peace and stability. He said based on his observation, some churches and mosques...

Senate’s Power-S/Court Ruling Empowers Legislature to Set Date

The Supreme Court of Liberia’s 2014 ruling has placed the Senate in a pole position to determine the presidential runoff election’s date. Dates (Oct. &Dec.) stipulated in the constitution for the holding of the polls...