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The debate over elections has rendered them useless

Talking about December elections is no longer about the possible results, and what they can produce of new personalities who are relatively free from the legacy of previous conflicts, and are able to reach an acceptable consensu

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Al-Mishri proposes postponing Libya's presidential elections

The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Khalid Al-Mishri, proposed Monday in a press conference in Tripoli postponing presidential elections till after conducting constitutional referendum, saying only parliamenta

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Libya's NOC welcomes Prime Minister's withdrawal of Sanallah suspension decision

The Libyan National Oil Corporation (NOC) welcomed Monday the decision of the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, to withdraw the decision of the Minister of Oil and Gas to suspend

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Libya's reconstruction drive needs $200 billion, says Al-Hawij

Libya needs $200 billion for reconstruction projects, says Minister of Economy Mohammed al-Hawij, indicating that this figure comes according to studies carried out by the World Bank and local institutions.

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Libya's representatives in the CAF competitions qualify for next round

Al-Ittihad extended their winning streak in the ongoing preliminary round of the African Champions League with a 2-1 home win against Zanzibar's KMKM F.C., after defeating them in the away game with similar results.

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Libya urges EUBAM to abide by its mission tasks

The deputy of political affairs at the Libyan Foreign Ministry Mohammed Essa said the European Border Assistance Mission in Libya (EUBAM) should stick to its tasks in the country and operate via Libyan institutions, re

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High Council of State approves constitutional basis for Libya elections

The Libyan High Council of State (HCS) approved a constitutional basis for legislative and executive authorities' elections.

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Haftar rejects attending US court session

The Head of the Libyan-American Alliance, Esam Omeish, said Khalifa Haftar's lawyers had informed the alliance that Haftar rejected attending the court session slated for September 22 or any other upcoming sessions.

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