Claims State-Sponsored Plots, Interpol Chase, Real Estate Hijack
Jerome Verdier and his Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) upset warlords and economic hoodlums when the final report of their investigation of the Liberian civil conflict not only pointed to Liberians bearing the greatest responsibility for the horrors of the war but also tendered various punishments for some alleged culprits, including ban from political activities.
If the current level of discontent amongst Liberians is anything to judge by, then there is a strong likelihood Liberia may experience severe turbulence in the months ahead. President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s second term may not be as quiet as the first. The signs are everywhere.
Options For The Poor: Liberty Party Response To The Annual Message - Delivered By Cllr. J. Fonati Koffa, National Chairman
Our Political Leader, Senator Franklin Siakor, the members of the National Executive Committee, officials of other Political Parties here present, partisans, members of the fourth estate:
Critics may see Liberia as a country suspended in time between progress and stagnation; and they may regard the Sirleaf Administration as not doing much to challenge and change the situation. What they cannot dispute, without conceding giving in to vanity, however, is that there are still men and women of principle, patriotism, diligence, and dedication to duty within the administrative configuration who hold the hopes and aspirations of the Liberian people close to their heart of hearts.