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PUL REACTS TO PRESIDENT SIRLEAF
(Monrovia, January 16, 2018)- The Press Union of Liberia has termed as bold-faced scapegoating President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf’s latest slam on the Journalism Community in Liberia.
Press Union of Liberia Congratulates Liberians
Compatriots and Foreign Residence in Liberia Ladies and Gentlemen The Press Union of Liberia unreservedly congratulates you the Liberian People for your peaceful dispositions during the 2017 Presidential and Representatives Elections. This outstanding displayed has entrenched the values of our fast growing democracy.
PUL Release Media Atlert Report
(Monrovia, November 26, 2017)-The Press Union of Liberia has set Monday, November 27, 2017 for the release of its first Media Alert Report. The Media Alert Program gathers information relating to threats and attacks on journalists and other actors on account of speech or related journalistic activities.
Monrovia, November 22, 2017)- The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has distanced
(Monrovia, November 22, 2017) - The Press Union of Liberia (PUL) has distanced itself from a statement attributed to its Vice President, Mr. Octavian Williams.

Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 20, 2017- The Press Union of Liberia has warned section of the media in Liberia to end their increasing combustible posture during the 2017 Presidential runoff Elections.
Monrovia, October 18, 2017--The Press Union of Liberia has called on authorities of the Liberia National Police to expeditiously investigate an arson attack on the home of Journalist Smith Toby last Wednesday.
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