Main Donate Form

Notice: Test mode is enabled. While in test mode no live donations are processed.

$ 0
Select Payment Method
LEON

May 2022 Monthly Monitor

Long Term Observers’ report from the counties this month suggests that Liberians should brace themselves for several reports and images of impassable roads as we get deeper into the rainy season. About half of all submissions from the districts find that roads are not maintained. This has been an observable trend from the launch of this newsletter in January to date. Additional submissions follow last month’s trend showing that lawmakers have not improved on constituency visits or reporting to electorates. Taken together, we wonder how those lawmakers who have not reached out to their districts can exercise proper representation of their constituency’s interest with executive authorities such as the Ministry of Public Works (MPW), the authority responsible for maintaining roads throughout the country.

LeonDee
Leave a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Similar Posts

Survey Findings on Challenges Affecting Women’s Participation in Electoral Processes in Liberia
Survey Findings on Challenges Affecting Women’s Participation in Electoral Processes in Liberia

The Liberia Election Observation Network (LEON) conducted a nationwide survey in May 2022 to gain a better understanding

Domestic Election Observation Groups are concerned about the uncertainity of the Electoral Process
Domestic Election Observation Groups are concerned about the uncertainity of the Electoral Process

Monrovia, Liberia: Two leading domestic election observation groups in Liberia have expressed grave concern over the sl

LEON Position Paper on the Introduction of BVR in Liberia Elections
LEON Position Paper on the Introduction of BVR in Liberia Elections

The National Elections Commission (NEC) announced that it will be rolling out Biometric Voter Registration (BVR) for use

Bottom Image