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Ellen  Johnson-Sirleaf (The Iron Lady)
Liberia

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf (The Iron Lady)

Date of Birth: 29/10/1938
Place of Birth: Monrovia


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No reconciliation, little truth

They include President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and several of her top officials, who should resign immediately or have their pay stopped...


A more perfect union

68 billion agreement signed by China Union's Chief Executive Yin Fuyou and Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf on 19 January to restart iron ore production at the old Bong Mines flies in the face of global economic realities as mining projects stall and close across Asia and Africa...


Next, the economic battle

It has taken Liberia, which had an unambiguously pro-Western government under President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, more than two years to negotiate a debt reduction programme with the World Bank and IMF; it is likely to take Zimbabwe longer still...


Graft never really went away

Many are grateful for the peace, for which they thank the United Nations' 12,800-strong peacekeeping operation, but they see little difference between the greedy Americo-Liberian elites (who ran the country under President Charles Taylor and former Chairman of the National Transitional Government Charles Gyude Bryant) and the ones in charge now under President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf...


All my friends in New York

Life in Liberia is gradually improving, President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf told the United Nations' General Assembly to some applause on 23 September...


Nightmare on Broad Street

President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf says that making sense of Liberia's commercial debt is complex because 'some of it [commercial debt] is bogus, some of it we don't know what this was used for...


Bush, the farewell tour

Liberia: The once and future neocolony Liberia was founded by American philanthropists, and Harvard-educated President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf is one of George Bush's best African friends...


Presidents, gems and trade

Liberia's President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf publicly invited the US military to set up in Monrovia...


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