30 members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) have accused the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) of hindering the voting process for selecting a final mechanism for nomination of new persons to occupy the posts of the members of Presidential Council and the Prime Minister.
The members said in a letter sent to the acting envoy of the UN Stephanie Williams that the amendment of mechanism and addition of new voting proposals are designed to fit certain persons to be able to get nominated.
Libya’s Minister of Education Mohammed Zayad held talks in Tripoli on Monday with Maltese ministers of foreign affairs and education. Both sides discussed relations between both countries and ways of boosting cooperation in education fields
The Scientific Advisory Committee for tackling the Covid-19 held on Sunday an expanded meeting with representatives of the National Committee for Vaccinations, UNICEF, WHO, and IOM.
The meeting reviewed the distribution plan of the Covid-19 vaccine, expected to arrive in Libya by the first quarter of next year.
The attendees discussed the action steps that should be taken to ensure the vaccine reaches the most vulnerable groups in all parts of the country.
The National Oil Corporation (NOC) has issued a decision to resume studies at its training institutes and centers, after eight months of suspension due to the spread of the Coronavirus pandemic in the country.
“The resumption of study will be limited to the Petroleum Training and Qualifying Institute (PTQI) in Tripoli and the Specific Training Center for Oil Industries in Zawiya, in order to finish the training year of 2019/2020, to the third year trainees”, the NOC stated.