Liberian Civil Servants Salaries To Be Paid on Time in 2020?

Finance and Economic Planning Minister Samuel Tweah says the World Bank's U.S.$40 million budget support in February will mark the beginning of that salary stability but insists that President George Weah "didn't run for office to pay people on time". Last month, a group under the banner of the Consortium of Civil Servants Union of Liberia (CSUL) threatened to stage nationwide strike action if the government failed to pay salary arrears owed to them by December 15.

Along with mining infrastructure, ArecelorMittal has invested in housing and food facilities for employees, as well as a school and a hospital.


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