A number of president George Weah's policies are not compliant with procurement law ©Maxppp/PA Images
A number of president George Weah's policies are not compliant with procurement law ©Maxppp/PA Images

Weah’s first 100 days raise procurement concerns

31 May 2018

Many of the Liberian president’s new policies are not compliant with the country’s procurement laws, a transparency watchdog has said.

In a report on the president George Weah’s first 100 days in office, the Center for Transparency and Accountability in Liberia (CENTAL) said the majority of policies part of Weah’s pro-poor agenda do not follow existing procurement laws.

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