Open Government Initiative

The Republic of Sierra Leone
  • As part of its mandate, to take governance down to the people, the Open Government Initiative (OGI) in partnership with civil society organizations on Saturday 30 November 2013, unveiled its first ever digital library and a resource center on 2 Kay Street, Off Anzzilini Highway Makeni. Declaring the facility opened to public, the Minister of Information and Communications and Government Spokesman, Alhaji Alpha Khanu said when President Dr Ernest Koroma visited White House in Washington March this year, together with other African heads of state, he adequately informed about the effective role of OGI in the country’s democratic process.
  • As part of its mandate, to take governance down to the people, the Open Government Initiative (OGI) in partnership with civil society organizations on Saturday 30 November 2013, unveiled its first ever digital library and a resource center on 2 Kay Street, Off Anzzilini Highway Makeni. Declaring the facility opened to public, the Minister of Information and Communications and Government Spokesman, Alhaji Alpha Khanu said when President Dr Ernest Koroma visited White House in Washington March this year, together with other African heads of state, he adequately informed about the effective role of OGI in the country’s democratic process.
  • As part of its mandate, to take governance down to the people, the Open Government Initiative (OGI) in partnership with civil society organizations on Saturday 30 November 2013, unveiled its first ever digital library and a resource center on 2 Kay Street, Off Anzzilini Highway Makeni. Declaring the facility opened to public, the Minister of Information and Communications and Government Spokesman, Alhaji Alpha Khanu said when President Dr Ernest Koroma visited White House in Washington March this year, together with other African heads of state, he adequately informed about the effective role of OGI in the country’s democratic process.

The National Commission for Privatisation Act, 2002 [No. 12 of 2002]

Type: Law
Author: communications
Year of Publishing: 2002
Keywords:
Being an Act to establish the National Commission for Privatisation to be responsible for the privatisation and reform of public enterprises; to amend certain laws relating to public enterprises; and to provide for other related matters. Repeals the Public Enterprises (Reform) Act, 1993 and the Public Enterprises (Reform) (Amendment) Act, 1993.