The Supreme Court of Liberia confirms the receipt of government lawyers’ response to a petition seeking to prevent President Weah’s nomination of Moses Brown to the International Maritime Organization in London, England

The Supreme Court of Liberia has confirmed government lawyers’ response to a petition seeking to prevent President George Weah’s nomination of Moses Brown to the International Maritime Organization in London, England.
The Court told RCI Judicial Correspondent Monday that government lawyers have met the Justice-In-Chamber’s July 23 deadline by responding to Counselor Arthur Johnson’s application following the issuance of an Alternative Writ of Prohibition.
The High Court’s confirmation, according to RCI Judicial Correspondent, has set the stage for legal arguments between Cllr. Johnson and government lawyers consistent with law.
Prior to government lawyers’ response, Associate Justice, Jamesetta Wolokollie, granted Counsellor Johnson’s Petition by transferring the matter to the Full Bench of the Supreme Court for hearing.

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