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BALLOONING EXCHANGE rate in Liberia between the two leading currencies – the Liberian and American dollars - is the worst ever seen since the end of the civil nightmare (civil war) whose shocks remain to be felt even as Liberians struggle to get the past behind them, trying to focus on new challenges posed by other factors.

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“HE WHO COMES to equity must come with clean hands” it is a witticism with a stake in the current corruption debacle tumbling the Liberian Government to the ground.

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The Liberian people, who as a result of unfolding socio-economic and political imbalances which followed the cessation of a brutal civil war that brought the country nearly to its knees, are no longer fools but deserve to be treated with civility.

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BESIDES THE EXPEDITIOUS setting of the Special Taskforce by President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf, the indictment of Cllr. Varney Sherman (Senator Grand Cape Mount) and House Speaker Alex Tyler shed light on where the government is headed with its corruption fight- a fight that began on inauguration day in January 2006 in a manner not so approving.

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EVERY LIBERIAN IN and out of this country, whether in government or not, whether related to any of the accused or not, should and must follow very pensively and with keen interest ongoing probe into allegations of bribery involving former senior and officials of the government as contained in the Global Witness report.

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