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State Council suspends talks with House of Representatives because of Constitutional Court

State Council suspends talks with House of Representatives because of Constitutional Court

A number of members of the Council of State in Tripoli announced the suspension of talks with the Libyan House of Representatives because of their objection to the law recently passed by the House of Representatives regarding the establishment of a constitutional court in the second largest city in the country, Benghazi.

In a statementtoday, 61 members of the State Council called for holding “an urgent session for the Stare Council to respond forcefully to the House of Representatives’ infringement of constitutional judicial powers that violates legislation and laws, and infringes on competences that are not of its business.”