Boakai, Brumskine, Others Escape Debate

[New Dawn] The standard bearer of the governing Unity Party Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai, opposition Liberty Party standard bearer, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer, Senator George Manneh Weah, and …

[New Dawn] The standard bearer of the governing Unity Party Vice President Joseph Nyumah Boakai, opposition Liberty Party standard bearer, Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine, Coalition for Democratic Change standard bearer, Senator George Manneh Weah, and the All Liberian Party of businessman-turned politician businessman Benoni Wilfred Urey were absent at the final debate here for presidential candidates vying in the October elections

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

LP Complains CDC

[New Dawn] The Liberty Party of Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine files formal complaints before the board of commissioners of the National Elections Commission against the Coalition for Democratic Change of Montserrado County Senator George Manneh Weah f…

[New Dawn] The Liberty Party of Cllr. Charles Walker Brumskine files formal complaints before the board of commissioners of the National Elections Commission against the Coalition for Democratic Change of Montserrado County Senator George Manneh Weah for alleged electoral violence in Sanniquellie, Nimba County and alleged unfair charges in Voinjama City, Lofa County.

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What Dr. Wiles Actually Said About Gays?

[New Dawn] Opposition Democratic Justice Party (DJP) presidential candidate Dr. Isaac G. Wiles was not definite about his commends on gays. But said if there was a law which that allows it, he would enforce such law.

[New Dawn] Opposition Democratic Justice Party (DJP) presidential candidate Dr. Isaac G. Wiles was not definite about his commends on gays. But said if there was a law which that allows it, he would enforce such law.

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 Ex-Court Reporter Becomes Magistrate

[New Dawn] Former state – broadcaster ELBC judicial bureau chief Fallah Matthews has been assigned as Associate Magistrate to the Brewerville Township Magisterial Court in Montserrado County, having gone through a time of rigorous training under a judi…

[New Dawn] Former state - broadcaster ELBC judicial bureau chief Fallah Matthews has been assigned as Associate Magistrate to the Brewerville Township Magisterial Court in Montserrado County, having gone through a time of rigorous training under a judicial program at the Temple of Justice in Monrovia.

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Master Queen Leaves Capitol FM

[Observer] Radio diva Master Queen has finally resigned from Capitol FM and subsequently as host of the popular talk show Masque231 less than a year after joining the institution.

[Observer] Radio diva Master Queen has finally resigned from Capitol FM and subsequently as host of the popular talk show Masque231 less than a year after joining the institution.

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U.S$5.8 Million Youth Empowerment Pact Signed

[Observer] The Swedish Embassy near Monrovia and Mercy Corps have signed an agreement intended to expand their work in the country to improve job opportunities for young people and stimulate the markets.

[Observer] The Swedish Embassy near Monrovia and Mercy Corps have signed an agreement intended to expand their work in the country to improve job opportunities for young people and stimulate the markets.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia

Korkoya Explains Excess Presidential Ballots

[Observer] National Elections Commission (NEC) chairman Jerome G. Korkoya yesterday clarified the commission’s decision to bring in excess presidential ballots for the October 10 elections.

[Observer] National Elections Commission (NEC) chairman Jerome G. Korkoya yesterday clarified the commission's decision to bring in excess presidential ballots for the October 10 elections.

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Deputy Minister for Budget Speaks On Economic Exclusion, Marginalization

[Observer] Deputy Finance and Development Planning Minister for Budget, Tenneh Brunson, has said that one of the contributing factors for Liberia’s 14 years civil unrest was the perception of economic exclusion and marginalization.

[Observer] Deputy Finance and Development Planning Minister for Budget, Tenneh Brunson, has said that one of the contributing factors for Liberia's 14 years civil unrest was the perception of economic exclusion and marginalization.

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Debate Not More Than Presidency, but Builds Confidence in Voters

[Observer] The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) this Tuesday issued a statement indicating that the Liberian presidency is more important than debates. The statement followed the absence of CDC’s political leader, George Weah, from the much-public…

[Observer] The Coalition for Democratic Change (CDC) this Tuesday issued a statement indicating that the Liberian presidency is more important than debates. The statement followed the absence of CDC's political leader, George Weah, from the much-publicized Deepening Democracy Coalition Debate, where he had twice been invited to appear and tell the Liberian people what he planned to deliver to them and the country and how, if he won the October 10 election.

source: AllAfrica News: Liberia