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MONROVIA, February 10 (LINA) –Finance Minister Amara Konneh has presented a detailed report on the proposed recast budget to the Joint Committees on Ways, Means and Finance and Public Accounts of the House of Representatives.
The report, which was presented by Konneh at a scheduled public hearing at the Capitol Building on Wednesday, also highlighted the Fiscal and Monetary burden on the Liberian economy occasioned by the drop in the prices of its core export commodities on the global market.
The Finance Minister’s report, among other things, highlighted the nation’s current budget in the tune of a little over $US600 million which as a result of the economic burdens has been trimmed by US$70 million following a comprehensive fiscal analysis by the Finance Ministry. Read more...
The man overseeing Fifa's presidential polls should step aside due to conflict of interest, says the Liberian FA.
Domenico Scala, who heads up Fifa's Ad-Hoc Electoral Committee, is Swiss-Italian - as is Gianni Infantino, one of the five presidential candidates.
Scala excused himself from the 2015 elections as he shared nationality with a candidate, Swiss Sepp Blatter.
LFA boss Musa Bility says he will go to the Court of Arbitration for Sport if Scala does not withdraw by Thursday.
The battle to replace long-standing president Blatter takes place in 18 days' time. Read more...
Monrovia – The mystery surrounding the death of Mr. Harry A. Greaves took a significant step Monday with the completion of the much-anticipated autopsy to determine how the former Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refining Company died. But as the two Pathologists, Dr. Thomas Bennett and Dr. Matthias Okoye prepare to depart Liberia on Tuesday, lingering questions over their findings will ricochet in debate halls and drinking pubs regardless of which way the announcement of their findings sway once the government makes the findings public. Read more on Frontpage Africa....
Harry A. Greaves Jr., former Managing Director of the Liberia Petroleum Refinery Corporation (LPRC), whose naked body was found behind the old Ministry of Planning and Economic Affairs in Monrovia, died of drowning, according to the just completed autopsy performed by two pathologists from the U.S.-based Nebraska Institute of Forensic Science.
The official findings, which are expected to be released today, were completed yesterday before family and representatives of police and government officials, according to information that reached the Daily Observer yesterday.
"The official report will be made at the regular press briefing at the Ministry of Information today," an official who asked for anonymity because he was not authorized to speak to the press, said. Read more on the Daily Observer...
The European Union (EU) has signed two Financing Agreements with the Government of Liberia for projects totalling almost USD 64 million in the key sectors of electricity and institutional capacity in aid management. The EU has also confirmed an additional USD 34 million in grant funding as part of its ongoing budget support programme.
Speaking at the signing ceremony in Monrovia on Monday, 08 February 2016, EU Ambassador to Liberia Tiina Intelmann said "the European Union is committed to working with the Government of Liberia to deliver the Agenda for Transformation. In her recent Annual Address President Sirleaf highlighted the importance of a reliable electricity supply. With the signing of the Financing Agreement for the Monrovia Electricity Grid Consolidation project, the EU, together with the Ministry of Lands, Mines and Energy and the Liberia Electricity Corporation, will be able to take an important step in making mains electricity a reality for Monrovia's residents and businesses". Read more...