George Wallace (Liberia)

George Wallace (Liberia)

George W. Wallace was the foreign minister of Liberia from 2006 to 2007. He took office early in 2006, having been appointed to the cabinet of the incoming president Ellen Johnson-Sirleaf and confirmed by the Senate. Wallace has had a long career as a Liberian diplomat and ambassador through all of its governments during the past several decades. In a cabinet reshuffle on August 22 2007, he was replaced as foreign minister by Olubanka King Akerele [ [ "Liberia names first female foreign minister"] , African Press Agency, August 23, 2007.] [ "Liberian leader reshuffles cabinet"] , AFP ("IOL"), August 24, 2007.] and became special adviser to President Johnson-Sirleaf instead.


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