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Liberia

Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf

Date of Birth: 29 October 1938
Place of Birth: Monrovia


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Parting on patents

Biden's announcement came just before publication of the report of the Independent Panel for Pandemic Preparedness and Response chaired by Liberia's former president Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Helen Clark former Prime Minister of New Zealand...


War crimes trial divides justice-seekers

It had a Truth and Reconciliation Commission (TRC) however which recommended in 2009 that dozens of former combatants and politicians be prosecuted and that ex-President Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf be barred from public office (AC Vol 50 No 14 No reconciliation little truth)...


Fatigue may be fatal

The prospect of a more level international playing field was presented to the health ministers conference by Ellen Johnson Sirleaf Liberia's ex-President...


Fear and loathing in Monrovia

Inflation stands at around 26% and prices of petrol and rice are soaring – something that his predecessor the Nobel Peace Prize winner Ellen Johnson Sirleaf kept firmly under control (AC Vol 61 No 5 George Weah at bay)...


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Elections and crisis talks at the summit

Rampahosa's envoys – former presidents Ellen Johnson Sirleaf (Liberia) Joaquim Chissano (Mozambique) and Kgalema Motlanthe (South Africa) – were allowed individual meeting with officials in Addis Ababa but any contact with Tigray officials was ruled out...

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A twist in the election tale

With Liberia's former President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf at the helm the Economic Commission for West African States' observer mission praised the vote effusively and called on other states to emulate Ghana's example...

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War resets the region

His unflinching stance was underlined when he met an African Union delegation led by Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf Joaquim Chissano and Kgalema Motlanthe...


George Weah at bay

Weah inherited a weakened currency from Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf but the slide has been almost constant since his election – from LD157 for US$1 in December 2018 to almost LD200 now (AC Vol 59 No 8 Where's the delivery man...


Weah awash in scandal

Samuel P Jackson an economist and advisor to the Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and Charles Taylor governments says that the Weah administration 'has not demonstrated it has developed the will or the communications strategy to deal with murmurings of corruption'...


The heist that never was

Weah's government has pointed an accusing finger at his immediate predecessor the Nobel and Mo Ibrahim Prize-winner Ellen Johnson Sirleaf...


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