1981 – June 1982) and was Minister of Finance in the Interim-Government led by Amos Sawyer (1990 – 1992).Byron Tarr was a founding member of the Liberian Action Party (LAP) and served as its Secretary General.
In Yemen, Egypt, Libya, Mali and Nigeria, similar sieges may soon develop. It does not describe the nature of its “cooperation” with the “security and armed forces”. He says that in an MSF hospital south of Mosul during the fighting, he heard his medical unit described as “the American hospital”, illustrating the risk that anything “foreign” was associated with the US military campaign.MSF’s difficulties were caused by decisions “by other medical actors” to align with one side in the conflict.NB: International observers agreed that LAP’s presidential candidate Jackson Doe won the 1985 elections. He was so kind to grant me permission to reproduce it here. Elwood Dunn is one of Liberia’s most distinguished historians and educators and a prolific author.However, due to massive fraud and vote rigging his opponent, Samuel Doe (no relation) was declared the winner with 50.9% of the votes cast. Stephen Byron Tarr was interred in his home village of Zondo, Grand Bassa County on October 21. He is an Emeritus Professor of Political Science (University of the South in Sewanee, Tennessee).