Members of the Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee for Preparing Electoral Laws announced that they had reached an agreement on presidential and legislative electoral laws, pending the signing of the agreement by the speakers of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS).
The Libyan Public Prosecutor, Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, agreed with the commander of the West Coast Military Zone to establish a security force that would act upon the measures of the investigation authority regarding violations of the rights of some citizens in Al-Zawiya, in addition to prosecuting those found to have committed …
The Head of Government of National Unity, Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, has issued a resolution to establish a new security agency called ‘The National Agency of Backup Forces’, to protect the legitimacy of the state and sovereign institutions, and to preserve Libya’s security and stability.
The Moroccan city of Bouznika will witness today the signing of the agreement by the 6+6 Joint Committee for the preparation of electoral laws in Libya, reports Italian news agency Nova citing Turkish state-owned media Anadolu Agency.
Forces in eastern Libya have expelled thousands of Egyptians they say were found during a raid on people traffickers.
The head of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC), Imad Al-Sayeh, has confirmed that the electoral process is just around the corner, as they are just waiting to receive the electoral laws to start implementing the elections.
The UN Security Council agreed on Friday to extend a resolution that authorizes member states to intercept vessels suspected of human trafficking or smuggling weapons into Libya.
54 members of the High Council of State (HCS) and 61 members of the House of Representatives (HoR) have rejected in two separate statements the 13th constitutional amendment and the outcomes of the 6+6 Joint Committee’s meetings in Morocco, rendering them unconstitutional.
Libya’s Government of National Unity (GNU) stepped up drone strikes on Friday against what it said were smuggling gangs in western regions, attacking targets in Zawia, Zuwara, Ajeelat and Maya.
On 16 May, Libya’s eastern-based, pro-Haftar parliament suspended the self-appointed Prime Minister Fathi Bashagha from his role.