The Deputy President of the Libyan Presidential Council, Abdullah al-Lafi, discussed with the French ambassador to Libya, Mustafa Maharaj, ways to create a suitable environment for holding free and transparent elections.
In a unanimous statement on Wednesday, the United Nations Security Council reaffirmed its strong support for facilitating inclusive Libyan-led presidential…
The UN Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, said on Tuesday that major challenges remain in holding elections in…
Chairman of the Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC), Imad Al-Sayeh, received on Sunday in Tripoli the Qatari Ambassador to Libya, Khaled Al-Dosari, and his accompanying delegation.
The Libyan Presidential Council (PC) on Saturday expressed its readiness for “extended consultation with all national forces and institutions concerned with the participation of the UN mission to ensure the continuation of the current stability and prepare the atmosphere for elections” in the country.
Members of the Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee for Preparing Electoral Laws announced that they had reached an agreement on presidential and legislative electoral laws, pending the signing of the agreement by the speakers of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS).
Libya’s l0ng-delayed elections will be held under a new government “to ensure integrity of the electoral process”, according to new elections laws agreed between the High Council of State and the House of Representative in Morocco.
The Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee for Preparation of Electoral Laws stressed Tuesday the need to form a unified government that paves the way for holding elections throughout the country.
The Libyan Parliament Speaker, Aguila Saleh, was briefed on the progress of the work of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC).
The Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives (HoR), Aqila Saleh, received Tuesday Jalal al-Shuwaidi, HoR member and Chairman of the Joint Committee for the Preparation of Electoral Laws (6+6), representing the House.