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Archive for November, 2017

Could “Snap Elections” Be A Way Out As Liberians Grow Weary Of Unproductive Presidents?

Could “Snap Elections” Be A Way Out As Liberians Grow Weary Of Unproductive Presidents?

By Paul Jeebah Albert             As Liberia is about to experience a major transition, the need to make an amendment in the constitution that allows for “snap elections” to be held whenever the approval rating of the president dips, should be given some aforethought and consideration.  A myth does exist […]

Liberia's Run-off Election Conundrum and Charles Brumskine’s Manipulative Supreme Court Challenge

Liberia’s Run-off Election Conundrum and Charles Brumskine’s Manipulative Supreme Court Challenge

By Tewroh-Wehtoe Sungbeh          The November 7 presidential run-off between Boakai and Weah is off, at least for now; thanks to Charles Brumskine and the Liberian Supreme Court. It is a brief setback for the country, the candidates and their ardent supporters, and a victory for Brumskine not known to shy away […]

Beware of Wolf in Sheep's Clothing:  Corrupt Elites Seeking Protection

Beware of Wolf in Sheep’s Clothing: Corrupt Elites Seeking Protection

 By Siahyonkron Nyanseor           In 2011, I served as Coordinator of the Supporters of the Coalition of Liberian Opposition Parties in the Diaspora (S-CLOPD). This group served as the rapid response team to counter personal, negative and media attack directed at Ambassador George Manneh Weah, Cllr. Winston A. Tubman and the […]