February 2022

CDA asks Head of Libya’s Supreme Court to activate circuit court of constitution

February 15, 2022 - 19:49
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Written By: AbdulkaderAssad

The Libyan Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) asked Tuesday the Head of the Supreme Court to retract his decision that halted the circuit court of constitution and allow it to resume its duties as soon as possible, saying the circumstances of the then-made decision had disappeared.

Bashagha meets with military, social leaderships in his hometown Misrata

February 15, 2022 - 19:32
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Written By: AbdulkaderAssad

The Libyan Prime Minister-designate Fathi Bashagha met Monday with several leaders in Misrata city – his hometown – including House of Representatives’ member Sulaiman Al-Faqih, presidential candidate Mohammed Al-Muntasser, and the Head of Elders Council, Mohammed Al-Rajubi, in addition to military brigades’ leaders and other leading civilian figures.

Williams welcomes consensus between Parliament and HCS

February 15, 2022 - 11:14
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Written By: SafaAlharathy

The Presidential Council (PC) Head Muhammad Menfi received Monday the UN Special Adviser on Libya Stephanie Williams, in the presence of PC member Abdullah Al-Lafi.

Williams wrote on Twitter that the meeting was to review the latest developments in Libya, including the PC’s efforts to activate the national reconciliation file with a focus on the formation of committees and the redraft of the necessary legislation to be presented to the HoR.

Libya, Palestine ink five agreements in various fields

February 15, 2022 - 09:19
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Written By: SafaAlharathy

Prime Minister of the interim government (GNU) Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has reiterated Libya's continued support for Palestine.

In a joint press conference with his Palestinian counterpart, Muhammad Shtayyeh, in Tripoli Monday, Dbeibah highlighted that the Palestinians in Libya are treated the same as other Libyans, without distinction.

Norland meets Fezzan deputies block, urges leaders to de-escalate tension

February 15, 2022 - 09:15
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Written By: SafaAlharathy

The US Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, has urged Libyan leaders to de-escalate tensions that could lead to violence.

Norland made his remarks at a meeting with several Libyan MPs from the Fezzan Region during his visit to Tunisia a few days ago.

"We continue to urge all Libyan leaders to de-escalate tensions that could lead to violence and not lose sight of the will of the majority of Libyan people who want to choose their leadership in free and fair elections," the US Rep. said.

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