The legislature issue is already done. We fear the
consequences, however, there is always a solution.
I vividly foresee a continuous education process to
be administered by a separate entity, perhaps, the
University of Liberia, or the empowerment of a Legislative
College that transcends the ordinary orientation process.
Whether within that Branch, or a separate entity,
I cannot say, but it’ll definitely help to bring
each person on the same level of thinking, and coherence,
despite diverse opinions amidst party splits.
I hope our legislators can humbly accept any opportunity for self improvement, whether it is a Month abroad at a seminar, symposium, or short term program at LU, there is a lot to learn about Parliamentary procedures, Legislative Governance, Policies and Policy making, Terminologies, Public speaking, Research, Ethics, Conflict Management, and a lot more. Please do not disappoint the Liberian People with the “grumble or yes and no-high school politics” type of attitude. I am positive that Dr. Al Hassan Conteh and Many other Academicians, who are experienced in organizing the above, would be willing to do so in collaboration with willing and appropriate institutions abroad. I pray for the Best.
Elijah B. Karnley
Architect-City Planner & Project Manager.