The 2021 agreement on holding elections was perceived by many Libyans as the light at the end of the dark tunnel of civil war and a reset to the political stagnation and the legal crisis. More than 2.5 million Libyans registered to vote, only for them to watch on the …
Chinese President Xi Jinping has reaffirmed his country’s desire to work to consolidate and deepen relations of friendship and cooperation with Libya, for the interest of both countries.
Sief al Islam Al Gaddafi is back in the news. He is asking for all Libyans, and without exceptions, to be allowed to run for the next presidential elections whenever they are held in the country.
UNSMIL notes false online reports that SRSG Abdoulaye Bathily plans to announce a new road map and to form a new government. This sort of fake news is aimed at generating confusion about the current political process and in particular the role of UNSMIL which is not to impose but …
A young Syrian man paralysed by live fire from Bulgarian border guards. Cover-ups of illegal pushbacks by the Greek coast guard. Over 1,300 people missing at sea. All the hallmarks of Europe’s border defences throughout 2022.
The president of the Presidential Council, Mohamed Al-Menfi, has emphasised the role of the Arab League in urging Libyan parties to adhere to and implement the road map and Security Council resolutions to speed up and further the political process.
Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, Commander of the Libyan National Army, received the pilot, Amer Al-Jagam, who was released in a prisoner exchange between eastern and western Libya.
The second Constitutional Track Conference called Tuesday on the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) to set a new and final date for holding elections, adding during the Conference’s activities in Tripoli under the slogan “The constitutional basis is the people’s demand” that the final lists of candidates must also published.
Greece plans to extend its territorial waters to 12 nautical miles to the south and west of the island of Crete in March, local media reported on Sunday.
The residents of Libya’s oil-rich areas face the risk of their crops being polluted by the gases emitted from oil extraction operations. These areas produce millions of barrels of oil in the middle of populated areas, which not only destroys the planet but also kills Libyan crops and threatens the …