Legislative Information

There is much misunderstanding on the salaries an allowances of the Liberian Lawmakers. The only open, accessible source is the National Budget. In the National Budget 2015/2016 section 101 is dedicated to the National Legislature (page 3-13). In this section you will find the budgets for... Read More

The communication admonishes the Legislature and relevant institutions of the need to properly track and manage all Protocols, Treaties and Conventions to which Liberia is a signatory.

Findings and recommendations from the Committee on Lands, Mines, Energy, Natural Resources and Environment; and Public Corporations on the way forward to effective service delivery by the Liberia Water and Sewer Corporation.

Making and enacting laws is one of the Legislature’s most important responsibilities. In order to become a law, bills must be passed by a majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate and signed by the President.
A bill can be introduced (‘ sponsored’) by one or more... Read More

The Rules and Procedures of the House of Representatives were approved by the House of Representatives during the 52nd Legislature. The Rules are still valid.

These Standing Rules of the Liberian Senate were approved in 2009 by the Senate (52nd Legislature). The Rules are still valid.