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2012-03-16 07:43:00 Nduom Mocks Mills 'It Is Woyome Scandal That Is Unprecedented' [Ghanaian Chronicle] The Founder and Leader of the Progressive People's Party (PPP), Dr. Paa Kwesi Nduom, has ridiculed claims by Prof. John Evans Atta Mills that his government's achievements in the last three years is unprecedented in the history of the country.

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Wednesday, 07-01-15, 12:50Discrimination At Work Places[New Republic] The US Department of State latest Human Rights and Labor reports on Liberia have revealed that discrimination in work places is still taking place in the country despite it being a signatory to the Universal Declaration on Human Rights.
Wednesday, 07-01-15, 12:48'Constitutional Contempt' - Lower House Summons President[FrontPageAfrica] Monrovia -Majority members of the House of Representatives, 45 out of the 47 lawmakers present in Tuesday's session voted in favor of a motion to summon President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf to appear before the plenary of that august body in open session to according to the lawmakers show reason (s) why she has shown disrespect to the legislature over the years.

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