The Judiciary begins its one week conference on Monday, June 7, with local and international experts addressing the special sessions on business climate which include the rule of law and access to justice.
Political Economist Officer at the Finance and Development Planning Ministry, Emmanuel Munyeneh, told a news conference yesterday that discussions on the of law, public policy and the economy will take into consideration the legal reforms.
He said this will allow for all including Liberians and non-Liberians to operate freely and competitively in the enforcement of contract, access to credit, trade, across border, lending or borrowing from banks, amongst others.
And those expected to speak on Thursday, June 10, will be from the International Finance Corporation (IFC) as well as representatives of the Lebanese, Fulani and Indian Business Communities.
Others are the Central Bank of Liberia, Liberia Business Association, Liberia Bankers Association, National Investment Commission, Liberia Chambers of Commerce, Liberia Business Registry and the Liberia Marketing Association.
Munyeneh said law drives public policies therefore law and businesses are related legal framework thus making them not in-separable, therefore each speaker will give their institutional perspective of the business climate in the country.
He stated that the conference will bring together the three branches of government including Liberia’s partners so as to discuss the business climate.