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LIBERIA

Liberia is a centralized republic dominated by a strong presidency. The seven-year-long civil war ended in 1996 with the Abuja Accords, and in July 1997, President Charles Taylor won the presidency in elections that were administratively free and transparent, but conducted in an atmosphere of intimidation.
CURRENT GOVERNMENT
President Taylor, Charles
Vice President Blah, Moses Zeh
Min. of Agriculture Brandy, Othello
Min. of Commerce & Industry Peabody, Cora
Min. of Defense Chea, Daniel
Min. of Education Kandakai, Evelyne
Min. of Finance Bright, Charles
Min. of Foreign Affairs Captan, Monie
Min. of Gender Development Cooper, Dorothy Musuleng
Min. of Health & Social Welfare Coleman, Peter
Min. of Information, Culture, & Tourism Goodridge, Reginald
Min. of Internal Affairs Flomo, Richard
Min. of Justice Johnson, Laveli Korboi
Min. of Labor Herbert, Christian
Min. of Land, Mines, & Energy Dunbar, Jenkins
Min. of National Security Kamah, Philip
Min. of Planning & Economic Affairs Massaquoi, Roland
Min. of Posts & Telecommunications Sogbandi, Melvin
Min. of Public Works Taylor, Emmett
Min. of Rural Development Bowen, Hezekiah
Min. of Transport Mulbah, Joe
Min. of State for Planning & Economic Affairs McClain, Wisseh
Min. of State for Presidential Affairs Taylor, Jonathan
Min. of State Without Portfolio Zayzay, Augustine
Governor, National Bank Saleeby, Elias
Ambassador to the US Bull, William
Permanent Representative to the UN, New York Kawah, Lamine