Libya’s troublesome 2021 budget is likely to pass through parliament (the House of Representatives – HoR) as the government has finally caved in and allocated Khalifa Hafter and his Libyan National Army (LNA) an official budget of LD 2.5 billion.
Egyptian sources: Dbeibah commits to Egyptian-brokered agreement with Haftar regarding state’s budget
The London-based Al-Araby Al-Jadeed newspaper has learned from independent Egyptian sources that mediation recently succeeded in bringing understandings between Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Dbeibah, and warlord Khalifa Haftar, stating that the two sides will meet very soon in Benghazi as a first stage.
The Libyan Army has given the 5+5 Joint Military Commission – military delegation of five from Khalifa Haftar’s forces and another from the Libyan Army: mostly based in the western region – till July 31 to open the Misrata-Sirte coastal road.
Tarhuna Victims Association calls for urgent investigation into the assassination of Mohamed Al-Kani
The Tarhuna Victims Association demanded, on Tuesday, the opening of an urgent investigation into the killing of Mohamed Al-Kani, a fugitive from the law who was wanted by the Public Prosecutor on charges of committing numerous murders in the city of Tarhuna in relation to the mass graves discovered in …
Mohammed al-Kani, a Libyan militia leader who has been accused of murdering hundreds of civilians in the western Libyan town of Tarhuna, was announced dead on Tuesday by several local sources.
Haftar’s so-called moral guidance department said Sunday that the talks they held in Moscow were successful, quoting the head of the delegation, Khairy Al-Tamimi, director of Khalifa Haftar’s office and a member of the 5 + 5 Joint Military as saying that meetings with the Russian side were fruitful.
Loyalists of Khalifa Haftar in eastern Libya launched a campaign to collect names and national identification numbers as well as electoral centers, numbers of people to vote for Haftar in the upcoming presidential elections in Libya.
Ahead of Prime Minister Abd Alhamid Aldabiaba attending the UN Security Council’s session today, Ahmed Mesmari, the the Official Spokesperson of the General Command, representing Khalifa Hafter and his Libyan National Army, called on the Libyan government and Presidency Council to:
The Military Committee of the Libyan General Command held a meeting in Benghazi Saturday with Special Envoy of the Secretary-General and Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya Jan Kubis.
The Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, said the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the international community are pressuring them to allow military officials to run in the upcoming elections, telling reporters Saturday the High Council of State supports holding elections on December 24.