Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha signed a memorandum of understanding in the field of enhancing the security sector with the “Geneva” Center for Security Sector Governance “Decaf” with the director of the center, “Thomas Gerber”. On Friday, Bashagha said that the memorandum focuses on supporting the Interior Ministry in planning, to …Read More »
The American “Huffington Post” website: Trump wants to sell weapons to the “dictator” of the UAE for use in Libya.
The American “Huffington Post” website said, Friday, that US President “Donald Trump” wants to sell weapons to the UAE “dictator” Mohammed bin Zayed, worth $ 23 billion, indicating that he may use them in Yemen and Libya. The website stated in its report that the UAE bombed the Military College …Read More »
Erdogan: Our positive stance in the eastern Mediterranean thwarted the attempt to impose European sanctions on us.
Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that our country’s positive attitudes towards the eastern Mediterranean developments have frustrated the expectations of some European countries calling for sanctions against Turkey. Erdogan added in a press statement that the wise countries in the European Union thwarted a plot against Turkey …Read More »
On Friday, the UN envoy to Libya, “Stephanie Williams,” described the consultative meeting of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum via video call, which was held Thursday as “constructive” with a high degree of awareness of the urgent situation, “despite the divergence of views. “Williams added” that a number of participants …Read More »
Bashagha: We are conducting investigations into suspicions of corruption estimated at one billion dinars.
On Thursday, Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha said that the ministry is currently conducting internal reviews, and auditing of about 3 billion dinars, and investigations into suspicions of corruption. Bashagha added in his tweet, that the cases being investigated have a value, in initial estimates, of about one billion seven …Read More »
The Maltese Customs Department announced that it had confiscated the largest quantity of the drug “cocaine” in the history of Malta, weighing 612 kg and a market value of 69 million euros, on its way to Libya. The Maltese Customs Department stated, according to what was published by “Malta Today” …Read More »
The UN mission: Any political process that does not seek to enhance human rights will be doomed to failure.
The Joint-presidency of the Working Group on International Humanitarian Law and Human Rights “The Netherlands, Switzerland and the United Nations Mission to Support in Libya Thursday, welcomed the commitments made by the participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum to respect international humanitarian law. In a statement, the joint presidency …Read More »
The delegation of international criminal court is in Tarhuna for the second time … Will Haftar be officially accused of mass graves crimes?
After their first visit last July to Tarhuna, a delegation from the International Criminal Court visited the city again to document the kidnappings and killings carried out by Haftar’s Al Kani militia. This visit comes after many variables, the first of which is the discovery and documentation of the identity …Read More »
American magazine: Libya represents an opportunity for the United States and the West to correct the mistakes of Trump and Macron’s policies.
The American “International Policy Guide” magazine, which specializes in international affairs, said that “the warlord, Khalifa Haftar,” has committed human rights violations. He failed to establish himself as the new leader, after Tripoli demonstrated its ability to resist his military offensive. In its latest issue, the magazine added that supporting …Read More »
A delegation from the International Criminal Court visited Tarhuna last Friday, to view the mass graves left behind by Haftar’s militias when they fled the city. And Operation Volcano of Anger announced – on its official page – that the International Criminal team demanded an indictment of those involved in …Read More »
On the International Day against Corruption … Bashagha calls for intensified efforts to eradicate it in all its forms.
On Wednesday, Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha called on all regulatory and judicial institutions, civil society institutions and every family and citizen to come together to eliminate corruption in all its forms. Bashagha said – in his speech – on the occasion of the “International Anti-Corruption Day” that corruption is …Read More »
Failure is still a close companion of the Libyan Parliament during the past 6 years, even after strenuous attempts to gather the shattered parliament, the last of which was in Ghadames. The council failed again to elect a unified presidency and amend the internal regulations organizing its work due to …Read More »
Turkish Foreign Ministry for Haftar Militias: Targeting our interests in Libya has dire consequences.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry confirmed, on Tuesday, in their first comment on the incident of Haftar’s militias detaining a ship operated by a Turkish company and its Turkish crew, that if Turkish interests in Libya are targeted, the consequences of this will be dire, and we will consider those who …Read More »
Bashagha: A large security plan will cover the entire western region to establish security and fight crime.
Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said, Tuesday, that efforts must be intensified and and the police must be supported to eliminate fuel smuggling gangs and organized crime. Bashagha confirmed during his meeting with the Mayor of Zultin municipality and the heads of the management committees of the new municipalities of Sabratha, …Read More »
Huwaili: It is possible that the second voting session will be postponed until after the parliament session in Ghadames is held.
A member of the Supreme Council of State, Abdulqadir Huwaili, said that it is possible to postpone the second round of voting to settle the mechanism for selecting the executive authority until the scheduled session of the House of Representatives is held in Ghadames. Huwaili added in press statements, on …Read More »
After stopping the meetings of the Central Bank’s Board of Directors for more than six years… Will we see a new agreement to unify it and set the exchange rate?
Institutional division still hangs over most of the state institutions in Libya, despite all previous agreements and understandings to re-merge these institutions under one administration. The Central Bank of Libya did not escape these divisions. In 2014, a parallel bank was formed in the city of Al-Bayda headed by Ali …Read More »