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|<H2>||January 7, 2019 Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative Press Statement Marking the Launch of the 9th EITI Report for Liberia Ladies and Gentlemen of the Fourth Estate! We’ve called you here today on behalf of the Multi-stakeholders Steering Group (MSG) of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (LEITI) and the Government of the Republic of Liberia to formally launch the 9th EITI Report for Liberia. As part of the Requirements for an implementing country, publication of the EITI Report is one of the core functions of LEITI, and it requires public disclosure of revenue and tax payment data from the extractive sector. This is intended to promote transparent resource management, good governance and ensure that Liberians benefit from the proceeds of their resources. The 9th Report, commissioned by the MSG on November 24, 2017 and prepared by Parker & Company LLC of Liberia in association with Moore Stephens LLP of the United Kingdom, contains reconciled accounts of payments made to, and revenues received by the Government of Liberia from the oil, mining, forestry and agricultural companies during the Fiscal Year July 1, 2015 up to and including June 30, 2016. In this report, data from government agencies show that total revenue generated in the extractive industries after reconciliation work totaled USD$66.37 Million during the FY 2015/16. Direct government revenue from the extractive sector decreased from USD$100.73 Million in FY 2014/2015 to USD$56.4 Million in the FY 2015/16. This decrease is due to many factors to include the fall in prices on the global market of Liberia’s major export commodities. Moreover, in this report, companies records show that a total of USD$62, 481,551 was paid to government, whereas, government acknowledged receipt of USD$54,490,667 ; thereby creating a discrepancy of USD$7,990,874. The net discrepancy can be attributed to two factors. Firstly, the Government reported receipts for some companies, but those companies did not submit payment data to the Reconcilers. Secondly, some companies submitted payment data, but the differences could not be reconciled due to lack of adequate information provided to the Reconcilers. The 9th Report also includes payment data of In-kind Contributions made by extractive companies to the local communities and public institutions; Revenue Tracking, and Amount Due for all fixed amounts. The preparation of the 9th Report and its launch today is not the end of the campaign. Part of the process is to discuss the findings of the report with the citizens and solicit their views on the recommendations as they are the true owners of the resources. Hence, the launch of the report is expected to be followed by massive dissemination exercises including extensive outreach throughout the fifteen counties of Liberia, once funding is secured. Additionally, the MSG is committed to further reviewing the findings and recommendations of the Report with the aim of identifying areas for policy implementation. These initiatives are very crucial and cannot be achieved without the participation of all stakeholders of the LEITI process including you members of the press. In your traditional role as Agenda Setters, the LEITI depends on you to raise the platform of the EITI process in Liberia; to create awareness and educate the public on the findings of this Report and other studies done and initiatives undertaken to promote transparent resource management in Liberia. The Report launched today is voluminous, totaling one hundred and forty five pages. Not every member of the public—even the reading public, may have access to a copy or appreciate to read such a volume. Your role is to synthesize the information and educate the public. The LEITI intends to create summarized copies of the report for easy read. We look forward to a collaborative effort that will ensure increased transparency in the management of the country’s vast natural resources. Thanks!|
|<H2>||President Weah Completes the constitution of the LEITI’s MSG September 25,2018 As a means of indicating the Government of Liberia’s continuous commitment in fostering transparent resource management through the implementation of the EITI process in Liberia, President George Manneh Weah, has completed the appointment of the Multi-Stakeholder Steering Group (MSG) of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative (LEITI). Hon. C. Mike Donyen of the Liberia Forestry Development Authority (FDA) Chairman(MSG) Hon. Gesler E. Murray representing the Ministry of Mines and Energy (MME) Co-Chair(MSG) Other nominees appointed to the MSG are: Mr. Baryou Wallace Liberia Labor Congress Member Mr. Esiaka B. Konneh Liberia Gold/Diamond Broker & Dealers Association- Member Mrs.Celecia Danuwieli Publish What You Pay Member Mr.Daniel Nyankonah, Jr.Press Union of Liberia - Member Mr.AnsuSekou Konneh Western Cluster Limited - Member Mr. E. Ekema A. Witherspoon, I Liberia Timber Association Member Mr. Elvis G. Morris - Golden Veroleum Liberia - Member Mr. Eric N. Swen - Arcelor Mittal - Member Mr.Raymond Gwenigale –Firestone Liberia - Member The finalization of the constitution of the MSG comes in the wake of the recommendation made by the international EITI secretariat to the Government of Liberia in its suspension notice published on its website on September 6, 2018, which calls for the immediate constitution the MSG in partnership with the civil society and the industries so as to revitalize the implementation of the EITI activities in Liberia. Early September 2018, the EITI board reached a decision to suspend Liberia from its international body and also refuse to grant Liberia the rights to extend its validation exercise on grounds that the request submitted did not meet the approval of a full functioning MSG. The absent of functioning was one of the facts that dragged Liberia it the current suspension that the country is currently enduring. However, with this fully legitimate constituted MGS, Liberia can now work its way out of suspension within the timeframe given by the EITI board.|
|<H2>||President Weah Requests the Nominations of Civil Society and Private Sector Representatives to the MSG. In an effort to complete the formulation of the Multi-Stakeholder Steering Group(MSG) of the Liberia Extractive Industries Transparency Initiative(LEITI), on Monday, September 17, 2018, the President and Champion of the EITI activities here in Liberia, Amb. George Manneh Weah has requested selected Civil Society Organizations and companies in the Private Sector to nominate their representatives to the MSG. The President’s action is in accordance with section 6.4 (b and c) of the LEITI ACT of 2009 which calls for the representation of four permanent civil society organizations including the Publish What You Pay or its successor organization to serve on the Civil Society bloc of the MSG as well as the representation of four companies from the Private Sector, with one from each of the sectors being watched over by the LEITI. The requested organizations include: Civil Society Organization Publish What You Pay Liberia Labor Congress National Civil Society Network of Liberia Press Union of Liberia Liberia Gold and Diamond Association Private Sector Golden Veroleum Liberia Western Cluster Liberia ArcelorMittal Liberia Liberia Timber Association Firestone Liberia In addition to these nominations, President Weah has requested at least six additional international organizations to serve as observers to the LEITI MSG. Below listed are the organizations: Observer United Nations Development Program(UNDP) German Technical Cooperation (GIZ) African Development Bank (AfDB) European Union (EU) World Bank(WB) United States Embassy Since the end of the tenure of the previous MSG in October of 2017, the body has been unable to convene due to its incompleteness which contravenes section 2.3.4 of the MSG Policy Manual. The Manual requires that at least two thirds of the membership of each sector represented on the MSG are to be present at all meetings to obtain a quorum. The formulation of the MSG is a momentous milestone in lifting the suspension of Liberia which was imposed in the early September by the EITI International Board.|
|<H2>||GOVERNMENT’S RESPONSE TO LIBERIA’S SUSPENSION BY THE EITI BOARD|
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