Prime Minister of Tripoli-based Salvation government, one of Libya’s three competing governments, inaugurated on Thursday the new Tripoli International Airport, despite unfinished reconstruction at passenger terminal.
The National Commission for Human Rights in Libya (NCHRL) said it had been deeply concerned about the legal and humanitarian statuses of the prisoners in the Benghazi-based Kuwaifiya prison.
Beida-based interim prime minister Abdullah Al-Thinni today sacked the heads of the Foreign Media Authority, Arish Saeed, and of the Public Transport Authority, Khalid Ahmed Musa.
The Head of the Salvation Government, the previous government in Tripoli, Khalifa Al-Ghowel, said, on Sunday, that the awaited meeting between the commander of the House of Representatives (HoR) army, General Khalifa Haftar, and the head of the Presidential Council (PC), Fayez Al-Sarraj, won’t achieve any political outcomes.
Libya‘s political dialogue committee on Tuesday called for the appointment of a new head of the country’s Government of National Accord.
The Libyan dialogue committee agreed Tuesday, in Tunisia, to decrease the number of the Presidential Council’s members from nine to three, whom it said will be tasked with working according to the Libyan Political Agreement (LPA).
Gunmen on Thursday tried but failed to seize three government ministries in the Libyan capital Tripoli, a spokesman for the UN-backed Government of National Accord said.
The Tripoli-based Salvation government of Khalifa Al-Ghawiel has urged the Italian government to pull its troops out of Misrata Airbase, saying Italy has a colonial history of fascists.
A decentralized government is the political solution for Libya supported by former Prime Minister Mahmoud Gebril, who rejects the idea of a partition of the country.
The Prime Minister of the Salvation Government (SG) in Tripoli, Khalifa Al-Ghweil, said his government’s stance on Khalifa Haftar has not changed, adding that they think he is a coup plotter who has for long committed crimes against the Libyan people and he must be tried for them at a …