The media office of the UN-proposed government’s Justice Ministry confirmed the release of 14 prisoners from Hadba Prison in Tripoli.
Libyans on Monday denounced a decision by the country’s eastern authorities banning women under 60 from travelling abroad without a male guardian after alleged cases of women spying.
A number of Libyan citizens lodged an appeal at the Judiciary Division of the Tripoli Appeals Court against the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the UN-proposed government’s Presidential Council’s Head Fayez Al-Sirraj and the Italian Prime Minister, Paolo Gentiloni.
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.
The substitute Head of the Presidential Council (PC) of the Government of National Accord (GNA), Fathi Al-Mijibri, has taken new decisions to appoint new officials in the GNA, which led to a wave of anger at the PC construction.
There still appears to be no solid information on the disappearance earlier in the week of the Thinni government’s cabinet secretary Al Amin Huwail. It is thought that he has been kidnapped but it is even unclear precisely when this might have happened.
The Presidency Council has weighed into the alleged release of Saif Al-Islam warning that he remains subject to Libyan and international claims that he committed crimes against humanity. In a statement issued today, the PC said that there could be no amnesty for such accusations.
Libya’s unity government said it sacked four of its ministers for failing to do their duties, just three months after the joint body moved to Tripoli and assumed power. The Government of National Accord said it had dismissed the four ministers for being absent: a sackable offence for being away from …
Mixed news was revealed late yesterday about the correctness of a leaked document explaining the legal opinion about whether the general amnesty law in Libya may include Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi, son of the late president.
The head of international Libya conference for cyber terrorism, Abdel Qader Erhaim, said that the scientific committee began preliminary preparations to take in scientific participations from Arab countries, specialized industrial companies and international experts, referring that Algeria was the first to participate, followed by Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, and Morocco.