None of the Italian officials lied about what was reported by “La Repubblica”, the country’s second largest newspaper, and the one closest to the ruling center-left movement. Al-Sarraj’s advisors waited 20 hours for the news to be reported in the local and international media to deny it A source close …Read More »
“The head of what is known as the Council of Sheikhs and Notables of Tarhuna, the fugitive from the city of Tarhuna Saleh Al-Fandi,” appeared on the photo again at a graduation ceremony for a batch of Tariq bin Ziyad militia affiliated with Haftar in Benghazi; After fleeing last June …Read More »
The Italian authorities seized a drug shipment coming to Benghazi from Syria, worth one billion euros.
A report published by the “BBC” website revealed that the Italian authorities had confiscated a shipment of drugs coming from the port of Latakia in Syria, on its way to the port of the city of Benghazi, with an estimated value of one billion euros. The British Channel report, published …Read More »
New testimonies of torture of civilian prisoners and detainees without trial in Haftar’s prisons in Benghazi, most recently of Italian and Tunisian fishermen.
Human rights violations, torture and enforced disappearances are not new to Haftar’s militias, which carry out these actions in the areas under their control, and perhaps the last of these violations was of the recently released Italian and Tunisian fishermen after more than 100 days they spent detained by Haftar’s …Read More »
The spokesperson for the Secretary-General of the United Nations, “Stephan Dujarric,” said that it was not expected that “Nikolay Mladenov” would withdraw from his mission as an UN envoy to Libya, who was supposed to start his work early next month. “Dujarric” – in statements to Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper – …Read More »
The reconciliation government decides an increase of 20% for the salaries of workers in the Libyan state.
On Tuesday, the Government of National Accord decided to activate and amend Cabinet Resolution No. 641 of 2013, which stipulates a 20% increase for workers in public sector. In a meeting chaired by the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, the government excluded the parties that have special salary …Read More »
The Fezzan Authority calls for the respect of the sovereignty of the Libyan state while meeting foreign invitations.
The Fezzan Social Authority called, Tuesday, to respect the sovereignty of the Libyan state, and to notify the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs of all meetings and invitations to any Libyan political or social parties. Activists, intellectuals and notables of Fezzan demanded, in a statement issued by them, that Arraed …Read More »
The United States files an indictment against the Libyan “Abo Aqila Masoud” in the “Lockerbie” case.
On Tuesday, the United States filed an indictment against a former Libyan intelligence agent named “Abo Aqila Muhammad Masoud” suspected of making the bomb that led to the bombing of “Pan-Am Flight 103” over the Scottish town of Lockerbie in 1988. 32 years after the disaster, US Attorney General William …Read More »
The Acting Special Representative of the Secretary-General in Libya, Stephanie Williams, affirmed the achievement of positive progress in the political track with the launch of the work of the Legal Committee on the Political Dialogue Forum, which confirms the progress towards holding the elections as scheduled. In her opening speech, …Read More »
While, several parties opposing the political settlement project, emanating from the Libyan Dialogue Forum in Tunisia, which intends to choose a new executive authority, a “presidential council and a separate government” their plan continue to block this entitlement; On the pretext that it includes supporters of Haftar’s aggression against Tripoli …Read More »
Italian diplomats confirmed on Monday that Al-Sarraj’s proposal for Haftar to name the new head of the Libyan government while al-Sarraj retains the presidency of the council is a difficult scenario to implement on the ground for several reasons. In a report published in the Italian newspaper La Repubblica, Italian …Read More »
Italian “La Republica”: Al-Sarraj suggested to Haftar to name the prime minister while retaining the presidency.
The Italian newspaper “La Repubblica” revealed, on Monday, that Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte conveyed a message from the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, proposing to name the prime minister from the eastern region, provided that Al-Sarraj would continue to chair the Presidential Council. The newspaper said that …Read More »
A member of the Political Dialogue Forum, Abdulqadir Huwaili, said, on Monday, that the proposal submitted by the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, regarding the advice of the Italian Prime Minister to Haftar to nominate the head of the next government from the Eastern regoin while remaining in …Read More »
New batches of the army in the western region … matched by changing the names of Haftar’s militia in the east.
Haftar and his media have always tried to portray his militias as a national army, especially as they were defeated on the walls of Tripoli, the western region began graduating batches of the Libyan army forces, to match that Haftar changed the names of his militias and sent his sons …Read More »
The Fezzan Authority calls for the speedy formation of the executive authority and to look at the South to improve services.
On Sunday, the Fezzan Authority called on the UN mission in Libya, and the members of the Political Dialogue Forum , to speed up the completion of the entitlements of the political track, end the division, and form an executive authority to oversee the elections, in accordance with the constitutional …Read More »
The US embassy in Damascus said, Sunday, that it will continue to impose sanctions in accordance with the “Caesar Act” signed by the US President last year against the regime of the internationally isolated President Bashar al-Assad. The embassy said – on its official account – that the sanctions were …Read More »