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Although the threat remains, the country worst hit in the West African sub-region appears to be on course and the worst of the outbreak may be behind.
Domestically, the administration which created the fiscal space by removing the external debt burden of US.9 billion through the HIPC process during its first few years, increasing domestic revenue from US million to a peak of US0 million in 2014, says it remains on course to increase electricity on the national grid from zero (0) to 23 megawatts and looks set to connect the Mount Coffee Hydro in December 2016 with additional 88 megawatts of power.
"Countries that can move their internal processes with efficiency and speed are likely to obtain their desired level of external support." The President however expressed confident that with the support and coordination of all three branches of our Government, this will not be a problem.
2015 HIGHS: The Sirleaf-led government continued to receive international commendation for its effort to beat the deadly Ebola virus outbreak.
Sirleaf, in an address to the nation in November stressed that the competition for resources is fierce.
Electricity has been a key deliverable lapse for the Sirleaf government and one even her closest advisers acknowledge will define her legacy as many Liberians remain skeptical that the administration will provide affordable electricity to support economic expansion.
The slowdown of operations by the likes of steel giants Arcelor Mittal, Putu Mountain Range and the free-falling African Petroleum, appears poised to make the government's remaining few months somewhat complex and challenging.
But Front Page Africa's attention, for the tenth year running in our assessment of the performances of key government ministries and agencies looks back on a year of economic challenges, political intrigues and governance lapses threatening Liberia's post-war development as Africa's oldest republic aims to complete its political transition from war to peace and successful transition from one democratically-elected government to the next.
Hitting the ten-year mark of leadership, the Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf-led Unity Party government finds itself at crossroads, entering a critical but potential lame duck era dreaded by most democratically-elected governments, limping toward the finish line.
A government on the verge of a decade in leadership faces the daunting task of shaping its legacy and trying to reassure its citizens that despite overseeing a nation endowed with abundant agricultural resources, emerging threats of global economic meltdown and concessions fatigue, billions of dollars investment which the government trumpeted amongst its achievements, appears to be slowly slipping away.