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President Sirleaf Dismisses Three at LIPA
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President Sirleaf Dismisses Three at LIPA

MONROVIA, , March 28 (LINA) – President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf has with immediate effect dismissed three officials of the Liberia Institute for Public Administration for unilaterally increasing their salaries during the absence of the entity’s head.

According to an Executive Mansion press release, those dismissed are P. Emmerson Harris,  Deputy Director General for Administration and Management; Richard S. Panton, Deputy Director General for Training and Development  and Harris F. Tarnue, Deputy Director General for Research and Consultancy.

Meanwhile, according to the release, the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning has been instructed to investigate if there are any other instances of similar infringement of the Public Financial Management rules.

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