Italian Interior Minister, Marco Minetti, and the Italian Archbishop received a number of African refugees deported from Libya. The migrants received were a part of those “entitled to international protection”. The group consisted of 160 refugees from the “most vulnerable” group- being women, children, and the elderly. The migrants were …Read More »
Member of HOR Fathi Bashagha: if there is no guarantee of the political agreement then there is no legitimacy to the HOR
On Thursday, a member of the HOR Fathi Bashagha, said that the protection of the political agreement is what gives legitimacy to the existence of the HOR, and without it, there can be no legal recognition locally or internationally. On his twitter account, Bashagha added that the adherence to the …Read More »
UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame: The South of Libya plays a key role in the national reconciliation
On Thursday, during the Southern reconciliation forum, the UN envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, stated that the south of Libya plays a key role in national unity, in the unity of Libyan soil and the protection of its borders. On Thursday, Salame mentioned on the mission’s twitter account, that …Read More »
UN mission to Libya: Article 15 of the political agreement, related to filling sovereign leadership positions, obliges the HOR to consult with the Supreme Council of the State first.
On Wednesday, the UN mission stated that Article 15 of the Libyan political agreement requires that the House of Representatives and the the Supreme Council of the State consult before deciding who would occupy any sovereign position in the state. According to its official twitter account, the mission said, that …Read More »
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Libya, Roberto Mignone, said that New Zealand and other Western countries had agreed to resettle some refugees and asylum seekers that are stranded in Libya. On Tuesday, in a press statement at the United Nations mission headquarters in Tripoli, Mignone stated …Read More »
Faiez Al-Sarraj: The political agreement ends with the handover of power to an elected body of the people
Faiez Al-Sarraj, President of the Presidential Council of the GNA, said that the political agreement expires when the handover of power to an elected body of the people takes place. On Sunday, Al-Sarraj said in a statement on the second anniversary of the signing of the political agreement that …Read More »
Member of the HOR Saleh Qulma said to Arraed LG that the UN envoy Ghassan Salame is expected to meet with President of the HOR Aguila Saleh, and the hearing will start after their meeting. The agenda of today’s session includes the amendment of the constitutional declaration, the selection of …Read More »
Egyptian Foreign Minister Sameh Shoukry and Tunisian President Béji Caid Essebsi met in Tunis to discuss the latest developments in Libya. During the meeting, Shoukry reviewed Egypt’s efforts in supporting the political process and Ghassan Salame’s plan, in addition to supporting the unification of Libyan military institutions. Shoukry stressed the …Read More »
Media Office of the Municipal Council of Misrata, Khaled Rufaida, confirmed the murder of the Mayor of the Municipality, Mohamad Eshtewi, after being kidnapped by unknown suspects in front of the Misrata airport.
The Director of the Media Office of the Municipal Council of Misrata, Khaled Rufaida, confirmed the murder of the Mayor of the Municipality, Mohamad Eshtewi, after being kidnapped by unknown suspects in front of the Misrata airport. The assailants had dumped his body next to Al-Safwa hospital in the city. …Read More »
NEC announced that the number of registered voters in the electoral register system has exceeded 14,000
On Sunday the National High Electoral Commission (NEC) announced that the number of registered voters in the electoral register system has exceeded 14,000 voters so far; including 9,320 men and 4,698 women. Additionally, the President of Justice and Construction Party Mohamed Sawan announced that the referendum on the draft …Read More »