Police, Electoral Body, Legislature 'Most Corrupt', Liberians Say
Six in ten Liberians describe the country as "a full democracy" with minor problems, 67% say the government should have the right to prevent the media from publishing things it considers harmful to society and considers the police, National Electoral Commission, and National Assembly to be the most corrupt officials in Liberia, according to Afrobarometer.
Afrobarometer, 22 November 2018
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Liberia President George Weah (file photo).
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- 22 November 2018
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