Challenges of Establishing A Corruption Court in Liberia
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has said that her administration will ensure that it establishes a special court to fight corruption before the end of her tenure. But pundits say there are challenges that will pose a stumbling block.
A Liberian lawyer has said the country lacks trained judges to fight corruption.
FrontPageAfrica, 23 January 2017
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FrontPageAfrica, 24 January 2017
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The man named as 'Big Boy 1' in a Global Witness corruption report has been identified by a special presidential task force and indicted. Read more »
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