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EDITORIAL: As The Year 2023 Dawns

JUST LAST SUNDAY, January 1, 2023, Liberians join the rest of the world in marking the onset of a new year. We are deeply aware that though there may be so many events taking place this year, the ensuing general elections will be the major

EDITORIAL: Beyond The MCC Scorecard

THERE HAS BEEN some sort of euphoric celebration from the government and its supporters upon receipt of the news last week that since 2018 Liberia has for the first time successfully passed 12 of the 20 thematic benchmarks of the


Commending Lofaians for The Exercise, But with caveat to the Opposition ON JUNE 28, 2022, the protracted delay in the conduct of the Senatorial by-election for Lofa County came to an end when thousands of citizens from the county


We Need a Peaceful By-Election in Lofa THE MUCH-AWAITED Senatorial by-election for Lofa County to fill the vacancy created by the inability of Brownie Jeffery Samukai to take the seat he had earlier won in 2020 predicated on the Supreme


Liberty Party, Take Seize of the Opportunity THERE IS NO denying the fact that the opposition Liberty Party, since entering the democratic space in 2005 by fielding candidates in the 2005 elections, has made indelible mark on the


IF THERE IS ANYTHING common among major actors in this political dispensation under the CDC-led government, it is the reluctance to admit that they fell short of an action or a decision because of a general desire to avoid negative…

EDITORIAL: Liberia’s losing War on Rape

THERE WAS HUGE commendation and much expectation as well when President George Manneh Weah declared rape a national emergency on September 13, 2020. His swift action came in the aftermath of a 15 year old boy who had raped a 3 year old girl…