A number of protesters from the Sudanese community in Libya declared their refusal of the interference of “Saudi, UAE and Egyptian” in the internal affairs of the State of Sudan in front of the martyr hall in Misrata. On Friday, the protesters demanded that the Sudanese military council hand over …Read More »
After the fighting between Haftar’s militias and “FACT”… Where is the presidential council and government from what happened?
Despite the different accounts and the ambiguity of the scene about the clashes between the Chadian opposition forces FACT and Haftar’s Tariq bin Ziyad militia in the far south of Libya, the obvious thing is the absence of the role of the Presidential Council and its government and their watching …Read More »
Member of Parliament Hana Abu Deeb said on Wednesday that Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbaiba should reconsider his cabinet formation, and stop ministers who did not respect the legislative authority in the country, she said. In a statement to Arraed, Abu Deeb stressed that the Minister of Foreign Affairs, Najla …Read More »
The Chairman of the Board of the High National Elections Commission, Imad Asayeh, discussed with the European Union Ambassador to Libya, Jose Sabadell, ways to support the commission and the final assessment of its level of readiness. In preparation for the elections scheduled for December 24 next. Asayeh discussed with …Read More »
The Emir of the State of Qatar, Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani, affirmed his country’s support for the stability of Libya, the political track, and the solutions chosen by the Libyans. This came during a meeting held in the Qatari capital, Doha, that brought together the Emir of Qatar with …Read More »
The head of the Tarhuna Victims Association, Abdul Hakim Abu Naama, said in a statement to Arraed that there is a clear disregard by the government for the file of mass graves and their victims, and we do not know the reason for this disregard. Abu Naama added that the …Read More »
Al Shaab: We will study the “President” election law and wait for the “Parliament” election law to start the electoral process.
Member of the High National Elections Commission, Abdul Hakim Al Shaab, said in a statement to Arraed Monday that the commission will study the presidential election law, which it received from the House of Representatives, in a detailed and comprehensive study of its technical aspects and regulations. Al-Shaab explained that …Read More »
The President of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Al-Manifi, arrives in the Qatari capital, Doha, on an official visit to discuss the Libyan-Qatari relationship and ways to strengthen and develop it. Al-Manifi was welcomed by Minister of State for Qatari Affairs Sultan bin Saad Al-Maraikhi, according to the Qatar News Agency.Read More »
Auhaida: The parliament will issue and adopt a law for the election of the House of Representatives, and it is possible to withdraw confidence from the government.
House of Representatives member Jibril Auhaida said in a statement to Arraed on Tuesday, that the House of Representatives will issue and adopt the “Parliament” election law, and if it is approved, it will be referred to the Commission immediately. Auhaida added that the next Monday session; It will be …Read More »
The head of the management Council of Tarhuna Municipality, Mohamed Alkisher, said in a statement to Arraed Tuesday, that the ministerial committee formed by PM Dbaiba to follow up the issue of mass graves in Tarhuna and the service sector in the city has completed its work and handed over …Read More »
Member of Parliament Saad Al-Jazwi said, in a statement to Arraed, that there is a tendency to adopt the parliament elections law, stressing that it is one of the issues on the agenda, but there is no specific time for issuance. Al-Jazawi explained that the council will also discuss the …Read More »
Abu Fayed: I call on the Supreme Council of State to narrow the disagreement and build positively on the presidential election law.
Member of the Supreme Council of State, Idris Abu Faied, called on members of the Council to narrow the disagreement with the election law issued by Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh, and to fill the necessary gaps and deficiencies in it. Abu Faied demanded – according to his Facebook page – …Read More »
A member of the Tripoli International Stadium Maintenance Follow-up Committee, Mohamed Qreimeda, said that he expects the Tripoli International Stadium to enter for maintenance next Saturday, after completing the administrative and contractual procedures between the Ministry of Sports and the executing company in preparation for the “CAF” assessment of the …Read More »
MP Abdul Salam Nassia said in a statement to Arraed, on Monday, that the law on electing the president, which was approved by the House of Representatives, is a very important step in the direction of elections, and it must be passed in light of the blockage in the Committee …Read More »
US President Joe Biden is expected to present the country’s draft budget for the financial year 2022, which is estimated at $ 6 trillion. This budget is the largest since World War II in terms of spending, and includes large items of spending to develop infrastructure, education, health care and …Read More »
Bouqadoum: Algeria is preparing logistical arrangements to open the “Al Debdab” border crossing with Libya.
On Saturday, Algerian Foreign Minister Sabri Bouqadoum said that his country is making the latest logistical and technical arrangements, to open the “Al-Dabdab” border crossing with Libya. Bouqadoum clarified – during his speech at the Algerian-Libyan Economic Forum – that the two countries are working on completing the final talks, …Read More »
The fall of a warplane and the killing of its pilot during the “military” parade of Haftar’s militias.
On Saturday, local media reported that one of the warplanes fell during the military parade of Haftar’s militia at the Benina base in Benghazi, and the death of its pilot, Jamal Bin Amer. The sources added that the aircraft that fell during the show was a Russian-made MiG-21. “Jamal bin …Read More »