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Libya’s Al-Sirraj wants Britain to help partially remove UN arms embargo

The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj has urged the UK to help the diplomatic efforts at the United Nations Security Council that aim at securing a partial removal of the arms embargo in order to assist the Libyan coastguards, oil facilities guards, border guards, anti-terror force, and presidential …

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Libya’s parliament puts off constitution referendum law session to Tuesday

The spokesman for the Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) Abdullah Belhiq said the Speaker Aqilah Saleh suspended the Monday session in which the members were supposed to vote on a constitution referendum law, adding that they will hold another session Tuesday.

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The constitution between the Paris meeting and the obstructers

Some Libyan factions in Libya, east and west, started talking about the actual preparations for holding the general elections after the visit of the French Foreign Minister, Jean-Yves Le Drian, to Libya lately.

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Italian-French competition over Libya pushing country toward more chaos

The last election Libya had was on June 25, 2014, when Libyans cast their votes to elect their representatives in the new House of Representatives after the interim General National Congress’ mandate expired. The hope was that elections would bring about stability and put an end to the violence that has …

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Central Bank of Libya denies “funneling money” to Jadran’s forces

The Central Bank of Libya (CBL) has denied the statement made by the spokesman for the self-styled army in east Libya, Ahmed Al-Mismari, that said the CBL transferred money to the previous chief of Petroleum Facilities Guard in central Libya, Ibrahim Jadran.

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