Liberia suffers from endemic corruption, although the country’s president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has declared it to be 'the major public enemy.' But transparency advocates are becoming more outspoken and – in some cases – they are seeing results.
After two terms in office, Liberia's president will step down in 2018. The race to succeed her is gaining momentum.
Liberians are voting to elect a successor for President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The peace Nobelist is stepping down after 12 years in office. The vote is seen as a crucial test for the country’s democracy.
As Liberia gears up for its next president, Africa's first female president, Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, is on her way out of office. So what has she done for Liberia?
Liberia’s ruling party has expelled Nobel Peace laureate Ellen Johnson Sirleaf. The party has claimed that she meddled in the 2017 elections and failed to support vice president Boakai in his presidential bid.
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