The Judiciary has released the names of Two Hundred and Sixty-Three employees for retirement.
The Judiciary retirement data will affect several seniors, junior and middle staff who have reportedly met the retirement age of sixty and above.
Some of the senior employees to be affected include; Cllr. Elizabeth Nelson, Court Administrator, Atty. John Sarkorh, Comptroller, Paul Tuazamah, Director of Security, Henry Dolopei, Chief Court Inspector, and James Flomo, Coordinator for Public Defenders.
The Two Hundred and Sixty-Three affected Judiciary’s employees have begun receiving their letters for retirement from the authority of Judiciary.
The employees’ exit comes at the time when Chief Justice Francis Korkpor is expected to reach the retirement age of seventy in September 2022 consistent with Article 72(b) of the 1986 Constitution of Liberia.
In another Development, the Civil Law Court has placed a preliminary injunction on the Local Dock Union’s election at the Freeport of Monrovia.
Judge Kennedy Peabody’s December 3, Writ of Injunction mandated the authority of Local Dock Union to abandon the proceeding until further instruction from the Court.
Our Judicial Correspondent further said that Judge Kennedy Peabody’s action was based on an application filed by lawyers representing the Dock Workers Union of Liberia through its President Madam Jackie Doe.
Madam Doe’s application among other things accused some officials of the National Port Authority of interfering in the local body’s December 3, elections in violation of the constitution.