In its November 2, 2018 editorial, the Daily Observer cautioned President Weah to rethink his decision to scrap tenured positions in government. President Weah, rather than effecting summary dismissals, has taken the matter further by submitting his proposal to the Legislature for review. For example, in Chapter X Article 89, the Constitution establishes the Civil Service, Elections and General Auditing Commissions. These are all concerns flagged by the Legislature as those constituting the basis of their recall from recess by President Weah. He must take charge not as a rough, high riding swashbuckler but as a caretaker with a charge to lead by the force of example and not by the threat of force or violence.
Source: Daily Observer November 08, 2018 02:15 UTC