Head of the Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC), Imad Al-Sayeh, said the laws issued by the 6+6 electoral committee canceled everything related to the December 24, 2021 elections, including the lists of candidates.
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UN envoy to Libya Abdoulaye Bathily discussed on Tuesday with Libyan lawyers how they can play a role in creating a legal framework for inclusive national elections, according to Bathily.
Representative Jibril Whaida has expressed optimism about holding elections in Libya before the end of the year. Speaking in a…
49 presidential candidates for the Libyan elections, postponed since December 2021, threw a stone into the still waters of Libyan…
Member of the State Council in Tripoli, Mama Suleiman, has expected that the presidential and parliamentary elections would take place…
UN envoy to Libya has told Security Council members that there is a need to apply pressure on the country’s political leaders on the urgency of finalizing the constitutional basis for elections.
The head of the High National Elections Commission, Imad al-Sayeh, has called for “the need to reach a fair and inclusive electoral law that includes a clear delineation of electoral districts and a fair distribution of seats.” He considered that such law “will enjoy the consensus of all parties, as well as all those involved in the political process.”
Libyan Attorney General Al-Siddiq Al-Sour said Public Prosecution monitored 3,829 forged ballot cards for the elections that were supposed to take place at the end of 2021 in Libya.
On the occasion of the new Hijri year, UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) congratulted the Libyan people, hoping this year brings good tidings and that Libyans are empowered to elect their own representatives.
Libyan Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh affirmed that the Parliament did not disrupt the holding of the elections, noting that it did everything necessary for holding the elections.