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 »
Haftar’s mobilization … is it his last card or intransigence to spoil the dialogue and bring the country back into chaos?
The leader of the failed aggression against Tripoli, Khalifa Haftar, has always assumed the role of spoiler in any situation that pushes to reform the state of the country. He is striving to thwart the dialogues since he announced what is known as the “Al Karama” operation and plunged the …Read More »
On the fourth anniversary of the Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous heroic epic … Bashagha: “We will fight terrorism wherever it goes.”
Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said that the epic of Al-Bunyan Al-Marsous, in which the Libyan army forces, the forces supporting them and their allies, confronted the largest bastion of ISIS in North Africa, and the second largest of their strongholds after Syria and Iraq. Bashagha confirmed – in his tweet …Read More »
The International Follow-up Committee on Libya welcomes the progress made on the political track of the dialogue.
The International Follow-up Committee on Libya, emanating from the Berlin conference, welcomed the successful conclusion of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum in Tunisia, and the resulting roadmap for the preliminary stage of a political solution, paving the way for a process led and managed by Libyans towards holding presidential and …Read More »
The Libyan dialogue rounds, in its many “political, economic and military” tracks, received widespread attention and praise for the progress it had made; In order to cement the cease-fire, and the formation of a new executive authority. A source from the Libyan Dialogue Committee stated to Arraed, that the second …Read More »
Williams: The meeting of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank will discuss the unification of the exchange rate.
The UN Acting Representative to Libya, Stephanie Williams, said that the upcoming meeting of the Board of Directors of the Central Bank of Libya is expected to address the unification of the exchange rate, praising the progress “made” in the economic track of the dialogue. In a statement issued by …Read More »
On Saturday, Foreign Ministry spokesman Mohamed al-Qiblawi announced that the Presidential Council approved the ministry’s proposal to reduce the Libyan mission’s staff and expenses in New York by 30%. Al-Qiblawi added that the restructuring of the Libyan mission comes within the framework of pursuing a policy of austerity measures abroad. …Read More »
While the Libyans suffer from the hardship of living … Haftar owns millions of dollars in real estate abroad.
While, Libyans suffer hardship and poor humanitarian conditions, lack of cash and the absence of basic services such as electricity and others, especially in Haftar’s areas. The news about the real estate and money Haftar owns in America, for example, in millions of dollars, which causes a wave of anger …Read More »
Head of the “Sudan Liberation Army”: The continued recruitment of “Darfur” youths to fight with Haftar.
The head of the Sudan Liberation Army, Minni Arko Minawi, uncovered the continued recruitment of 90% of the youth in Darfur regions in Sudan, to participate in the fighting alongside Haftar’s militias in Libya. Minawi admitted in an interview with the Sudanese newspaper Al-Tayyar on Friday that there are forces …Read More »
de Maio: “The course of the Libyan dialogue must be preserved and attempts to spoil it must be thwarted.
Italian Foreign Minister Luigi de Maio said that the current course of dialogue must be preserved and attempts to sabotage the progress made on this path must be thwarted. According to Aki Agency, de Maio confirmed on Friday that maintaining dialogue is in order to reach a comprehensive political solution …Read More »