Over The Constitution Of The Full Bench Of The Supreme Court: LNBA Raises Concern


The Liberian National Bar Association (LNBA) says it is concerned about the delay in the constitution of the full Bench of the Supreme Court since current Chief Justice Sie-A-Nyene G. Yuoh was appointed and subsequently seated.

   The Liberian National Bar Association (LNBA) says its concern stems from the fact that the former Relieving Judge, Yamie Quiqui Gbeisey, who was nominated, confirmed and appointed by President George Weah on October 30, 2022 is yet to be commissioned and seated to complete the full Bench of the Supreme Court.

   According to an LNBA release issued in Monrovia Thursday, the Bar called on President Weah to consider the commissioning of Judge Gbeisey as Associate Justice given the fact that Liberia is at the verge of holding presidential and legislative elections and the probability of Constitutional issues arising, which will need the full Bench to pass, which cannot be overly emphasized.

   The LNBA said it remains confident that its call will be honored in the best interest of the country given the crucial elections at hand.

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