Sirleaf Sets Up Office of Ombudsman Ahead of Liberia's Polls
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued an executive order establishing the office of the body responsible to enforce the controversial code of conduct for public officials, which will disqualify many aspirants from running in the upcoming elections.
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf.
Liberia: EJS Issues Executive Order # 83
NEWS, 16 March 2017
President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has issued Executive Order No. 83 pertaining to the Office of Ombudsman. Read more »
FrontPageAfrica, 14 March 2017
In response to comments by Cllr. Jerome Korkoyah about the National Elections Commission being strict about the implementation of the code of conduct, the Institute for Research… Read more »
FrontPageAfrica, 12 March 2017
Mr. Alexander Cummings, the former Coca Cola executive setting his sights on the Liberian presidency, is speaking out for the first time since the Supreme Court of Liberia came… Read more »
NEWS, 9 March 2017
Social media and community discussion groups have been abuzz with conversations and debates about the tough sounding decision of the Supreme Court of Liberia in declaring the Code… Read more »
Liberia: Mills Jones 'Hooked'
NEWS, 6 March 2017
It appears that the presidential ambition of Dr. J. Mills Jones, former Executive Governor of the Central of Liberia (CBL) and the dreams of several Executive appointees of… Read more »
The court's decision to uphold the controversial Code of Conduct, which requires some public officials to resign before running for office in October, may likely exclude those who ... Read more »