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Following the 7 June protests, the organisers gave President Weah a one-month ultimatum to act. That deadline is fast-approaching. It has now been almost three weeks since Liberia witnessed its biggest anti-government protests since the end of civil war in 2003. In a mass action on 7 June, thousands of people took the streets to express their frustration at poverty, rising inflation, and corruption under President George Weah. In the capital Monrovia, huge numbers of opposition supporters, student and youth groups, market traders and lawmakers congregated outside Capitol Hill where they danced, sang anti-government songs and waved placards. The government …