The Indonesian Embassy in Tripoli has hosted a meeting with representatives of some Libyan private media to bridge contact with private Indonesian media.
The meeting also aimed at introducing Indonesian Culture and Libyan and Indonesian Historical Archives to the readers of Libyan Arabic media.
The reconciliation maintains a high status in Islamic Sharia, but it should come along with the restitution of rights and accountability, the Fatwa House said, on Friday.
Since the 2011 uprising that overthrew Muammar Gaddafi, aggravated by the emergence of a parallel government in the east in 2014, many initiatives have evolved around healing the deep social wounds left by years of repression under authoritarian rule and the post-revolution violence. The differences, however, remained on how to combine reconciliation and punishment.
The US Ambassador to Libya, Richard Norland, has discussed with High State Council committees efforts to establish a constitutional basis for the elections.
In a statement on the US embassy account on Twitter on Saturday, Norland said he discussed means to restore momentum for presidential and parliamentary elections besides the importance of the government's ability to support the elections and find a solution to the political crisis in the country.
The Libyan Prime Minister, Abdul Hamid Dbeibha, has issued an order that establishes April 26 of every year as a National Libyan Women’s Day.
The decision was made during a gathering of women in support of elections in Tripoli. The gathering was organized Saturday by the office of Women’s Affairs Minister and it was attended by many personalities, including women ministers of Foreign Affairs, and Justice.