The CAPITOL BUILDING, is the seat of the National Legislature, was constructed in 1957 and the Building also faces the President’s mansion in the government quarter of Capitol Hill,
The Senate building may hold about 181 office workers, while the annex building of the House of Representatives may hold about 211 office workers. The annexes will also include separate chambers as well as a generator house.
The Senate building area is about 3,528 square meters and the House’s is about 3,443 square meters. The two annexes are 7,300 in square meters in total, including equipment room.
The present Capitol Building was dedicated in 1956 under the leadership of Vice President William R. Tolbert, Senate Pro Tempore Edwin Morgan, leaders of the Senate, and Speaker of the House, Richard Henries.
The present Capitol Building was dedicated in 1956 under the leadership of the late President William V. S. Tubman, with Vice President William R. Tolbert as President of the Senate; Senate Pro Tempore Edwin Morgan, and Speaker of the House, Richard Henries.