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Supreme Council of the State member Najat Sharaf Al-Deen: The statement of the Security Council is a message to those who are trying overlook the political agreement

On Saturday, a member of the Supreme Council of the State, Najat Sharaf Al-Deen, said that the Security Council statement is a clear message to all parties trying to provoke chaos and aim to use December 17th as an excuse to sabotage state institutions. In a press statement Arraed LG …

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Supreme Council of the State member Amna Mutair: We welcome the statement of the Security Council and we call on the HOR to pass a law to hold referendum on the constitution

On Saturday, Amna Mutair, a member of the Supreme Council of the State,welcomed the statement of the Security Council, in which they renewed their adherence to the political agreement as the only framework for the solution in Libya. In a statement Arraed LG, Mutair called on the international community to …

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The Supreme Council of the State welcomes the implementation of all articles of the political agreement with no exceptions

The Supreme Council of the State welcomed the implementation of all the articles of the Libyan political agreement without exception, especially the articles relating to the structure and organization of the HOR. On Tuesday the Supreme Council held a meeting at its headquarters in Tripoli, and confirmed its keenness to …

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Libya’s delegate to the Security Council Mahdi Al-Maghrabi: Libyan authorities are exercising the use of their jurisdictional authority does not mean that international criminal decisions are not respected

Libya’s delegate to the Security Council, Mahdi Al-Maghrabi, said that Libyan authorities are responsible for fighting impunity and achieving justice on Libyan soil. During a speech at the Security Council on Wednesday, Al-Maghrabi explained that just because Libyan authorities are exercising their sovereignty and jurisdictional authority to prosecute the accused, …

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