- Search Results
Muslim Delegates Want Proposition 24 Deleted
Date Uploaded: Apr 02, 2015

CRC Boss Gloria Musu Scott



Muslim Delegates Want Proposition 24 Deleted
By Solomon N Giddings, LINA Bong County Correspondent

GBARNGA, April 2 (LINA) – Muslim delegates at the ongoing Constitutional Review Conference in Gbarnga are calling for the removal of proposition 24 which is calling for the return of Liberia to a Christian state.

The delegates on Wednesday gathered in huge numbers to protest against the proposition, claiming that such proposition is anti-democratic because it is
targeting one group of people and therefore should be omitted.

They carried placards with the inscriptions “one who uses gun to settle political issues can also use guns to settle religious issues” and “No to Christian state and yes to secular state.”

The agitating group believes that Liberia is for all and as such the Constitution of Liberia should seek the interest of all its citizens.

As the result of the protest, the conference came to a momentary standstill, but some members of the National Traditional Council of Liberia and other stakeholders intervened and held series of meetings with the aggrieved party to bring the situation under control.

latest headlines
MoE Announces Local Scholarship Program In Nimba
The Ministry of Education through its Nimba County office has announced a local scholarship program for specified areas of study in the county. ...more
PUL Suspends LEGISPOL Congress
The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has, with immediate effect, suspended all electoral-related activities of the Legislative Press Pool (LEGISPOL) ...more
Miss Liberia Wokie Dolo Off To Uganda For Mega Charity
Miss Liberia Wokie Dolo is in Uganda upon the invitation of Miss Uganda, Nakitende Irene, to participate in charitable works. ...more
Access To Information Key To Trust - Nah
Carter Center Program Lead for Access to Information, Thomas Doe Nah, has termed access to information as a key tool for the building of trust an ...more
LIPA Beats Chest Over Incremental Progress
As the Liberia Institute of Public Administration (LIPA) clocks 48 years of existence, the Director General Oblayon Blayon Nyemah has hailed the ...more
MoPT Begins e-Liberia Web Portal To Access Govt’s Services
The Ministry of Post and Telecommunications (MoPT) has initiated the e-Liberia Web portal to ensure that services of government are readily acces ...more
All rights reserved © 2013 - 2014
Liberia News Agency