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Candidates for parliament call on UN mission to include them in political consultations

Candidates for Libya’s parliamentary elections have expressed concern about the current political deadlock in the country and urged the UN mission to include both presidential and parliamentary candidates in the consultations to facilitate a pathway to early elections.

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Group vow to keep Zueitina oil port closed until handing over power to Bashagha

A group of citizens claiming to represent the Zueitina oil district community announced Saturday the suspension of oil production and exports from the Zueitina oil port and its fields, vowing to keep it closed until Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah hands over power to Fathi Bashagha, the prime minister-designate by …

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Russians unlikely to leave Libya, despite Ukraine war

Russia’s Wagner Group, a shadowy paramilitary organisation tied to the Kremlin, has played a significant role in Libya, supporting renegade military commander Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled Libyan National Army (LNA) in the country’s civil war.

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Libyan Oil Ministry says it supports GNU initiative to increase output despite being left out

The Libyan Ministry of Oil and Gas said that it supports all initiatives and plans that aim to increase production, despite being left out of the preparations of the national plan to develop the oil and gas sector, which was approved by the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah on Wednesday.

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Consultations on constitutional basis between Libyan HoR and HCS continue in Cairo

Consultations of the joint committee constituted by the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS) began Thursday for the second day for defining a consensual constitutional basis for holding national elections in Libya.

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