Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Launching Program

Wednesday, 11th July 2007
The Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative was launched in Liberia on Tuesday July 10, 2007. The program was attended by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, Finance Minister Antoinette Sayeh, Lands Mines & Energy Minister Eugene Shannon, US Ambassador Donald E. Booth, and other stake holders. The launch of the initiative is another step the Liberian Government has taken in promoting transparency and accountability in all of its dealings.

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Saturday, 29th October 2016
President Sirleaf says 13 years of uninterrupted peace in Liberia is a remarkable achievement that she is proud of as she celebrated her 78th birthday anniversary amid a host of senior government officials led by Vice President Joseph N. Boikai, members of the diplomatic corps, family members, friends, partisans of the ruling Unity Party and well-wishers among gathered to celebrate with President Sirleaf. Browse Album


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Monday, 24th October 2016
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