Boakai To Act On Joint WECC Establishment Resolution Document By: Julius Konton

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Presidential Press Secretary Kula Fofana has assured Liberians that President Joseph Nyuma Boakai will live up to his commitment relative to the establishment of War and Economic Crimes Court in Liberia.  Currently, she told Executive Mansion reporters that the President has received the joint resolution from the 55th National Legislature and will act upon it soon, following a professional review process by a team of experts.  “The President’s legal team and the Minister of Justice among other relative actors are reviewing the document and once they are done,” the President will do the needful “, she re-emphasized.  According to her, the Rule of Law as well as justice and equal rights for the people are cardinal concerns of the President. Speaking to Executive Mansion Reporters on Monday, April 22, 2024, Madam Fofana used the occasion to encourage Liberians to remain patient as the Government through President Boakai is working to address the issues gradually.  Making reference to the 100 days’ deliverables ahead of its expiration, she disclosed that the Liberian leader will meet up with his commitment as expected. “The Hundred Days Deliverables are on course and  President Boakai will inform the country soon about his achievements thus far, including future plans, going forward ,” she noted. On the issue of Assets Declaration, the Presidential Press Secretary told reporters that there are more Executive appointees who have declared their assets unlike before, something she indicated is a good step in the right direction.  The latest increment in number came following a reminder by the Liberian leader to his cabinet and other appointed officials to declare their assets during the just ended second cabinet retreat. Providing other presidential updates to Executive Mansion reporters, Madam Fofana said President Boakai is concerned about several unresolved and dissatisfactory issues in the corridors and is working hard to gradually address them. Meanwhile, she called on Liberians in Nimba and District One Grand Gedeh Counties to turn out in their mass and in a peaceful manner and form to vote in the April 23, 2024 Bi- elections. As leader of the country, the Presidential Press Secretary said the Chief Executive is more concerned about the peaceful conduct of the process and to ensure that  the peace of the country is sustained and secured for its general citizenry.

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