Articles

Amendment 2016
Legal and Structural Reform for a better Liberia
The Judicial Power of the State
By Counselor Frederick A.B. Jayweh, Esq.

Part I
“Historically, good governance has been one of Liberia’s mean problems. How can we build and sustain the practices of good governance, rule of law, transparency, accountability, tolerance, merit, equity and decentralization? We must address ourselves to the serious problems we have when it comes to governance. It is a mess”… Read More

Part II
“Historically, good governance has been one of Liberia’s mean problems. How can we build and sustain the practices of good governance, rule of law, transparency, accountability, tolerance, merit, equity and decentralization? We must address ourselves to the serious problems we have when it comes to governance. It is a mess”… Read More

Articles under Presidential Immunity

Part I
“Recently amongst Western and African leaders in political and legal circles, presidential immunity has become a critical issue for debate. The question is whether the official as well as unofficial actions of presidents (both elected and/or selected) are constitutionally and always protected?”…Read More

Part II
“Recently amongst Western and African leaders in political and legal circles, presidential immunity has become a critical issue for debate. The question is whether the official as well as unofficial actions of presidents (both elected and/or selected) are constitutionally and always protected?”… Read More

Articles under the Final Report of the TRC

Part I
“After sitting and deliberating for nearly three (3) years, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia released its classic and Final Report according to and consistent with its mandate and statutory powers as provided for and contained under Articles IV, Section 4 letters {a) to {f} and Article VII, Section 26 letters {a} to {h} of the Act creating the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia of May 12, 2005. Acting under its mandate and power, the TRC met and reached the foregoing determinations and findings nearly a decade ago:”… Read More

Part II
“After sitting and deliberating for nearly three (3) years, the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia released its classic and Final Report according to and consistent with its mandate and statutory powers as provided for and contained under Articles IV, Section 4 letters {a) to {f} and Article VII, Section 26 letters {a} to {h} of the Act creating the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Liberia of May 12, 2005. Acting under its mandate and power, the TRC met and reached the foregoing determinations and findings nearly a decade ago:”… Read More

June 25, 2018

Remind President Trump About Liberia’s Plight

January 12, 2018

Mrs. Sirleaf’s Presidency Ends January 15, 2018

Mrs. Sirleaf’s Presidency Ends January 15, 2018 A Reply to Counselor-At-Law, Sayma Syrenius Cephus By Counselor-At-Law, Frederick A.B. Jayweh, Esq, B.A., LL.B., LL.M. January 8, 2018 […]
April 10, 2017

In Re: Turn Them In

March 24, 2017 In Re: Turn Them In Her Excellency Mrs. Ellen Johnson Sirleaf President of the Republic of Liberia & Chairman of the Authority of […]
November 9, 2016

Implementing the Final Report of the TRC will Enhance Justice, and Ensure Human Rights Compliance in Africa

Part II 5)  Taking of Hostages: The perpetrator seizes, detains or otherwise holds hostage one of more people. The perpetrator threatened to kill, injure or continue […]