Supreme Court Cites House, Senate Today

By benim
In Liberia
Feb 26th, 2014
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(L-r): CBL Governor Dr. J. Mills Jones; Senate Pro Temp Gbehzohngar Findley; and House Speaker Alex Tyler

The controversial passage by the Liberian Senate of a bill amending the March 18, 1999 Act that established the Central Bank of Liberia (CBL), and its fast-track concurrence by the House of Representatives, appears to have been brought before the country’s highest legal authority, the Supreme Court.

The bill limits any present and future involvement of the CBL Governor and deputies in politics while in the employ of the Bank and for three consecutive years thereafter.

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