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Veep Taylor’s Letter To The Pro-temp

I avail myself of this opportunity to present my compliments and best wishes for a prosperous 2020 to you and Members of the Liberian Senate.

It is my prayer that the New Year 2020 will bring a fresh breath of courage and strength to the life blood of the 54th Legislature which will enable a better environment for service to our people and Nation, keeping in mind that PEACE is a child of FAIRNESS and EQUITY at all levels.

Honorable President Pro-Tempore and Members of the Liberian Senate, I am constrained to write this letter to inform you of the continuing and seemingly intentional circumstances surrounding financial obligations due in support of my duties as Vice President of the Republic and President of the Liberian Senate.

Last year, I had the privilege to meet with members of the Liberian Senate to inform them of the difficulties I was undergoing with some members of the Executive Branch; as it related to budgetary support for my office and the need for their intervention.

It was agreed that they would intervene and that things would get better. Unfortunately, I have patiently waited without any word, and the situation has since not improved.

I am saddened to inform you, as elders of our Nation, that the situation remains that bills due my office from 2018-2019 are still not paid and the operational expenses which I needed for the effective running or functioning of my office (Office of the Vice President of the Republic of Liberia), during 2018 – 2019 and 2019 – 2020 budget years have not been paid.

Honorable President Pro-Tempore and Members of the Liberian Senate, this continued situation has left me without the proper security arrangements for my safe movements and without the ability to provide necessities for my Office.

Currently, the security vehicles, including 2 bullet proof vehicles, needed for my movements have still not been provided to my detail. As a result, I have been unable to leave my home over the past 3 weeks.

I am therefore constrained to inform this Honorable body that due to the constraints described, I am unable to attend to my duties during this opening of the 3rd Session of the 54Th National Legislature 2020; until these constraints are attended to.

It is my prayer that this situation will claim your immediate attention and intervention, as I was duly voted into this office and should be empowered to perform my duties as other officials and offices which are being regularly supported; and if such a situation continues to exists, it is my responsibility to inform the Liberian Senate.

Please find attached a summary of the financial records appertaining to this lingering yet critical situation for your information.

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