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90 HoR members call for forming a committee to pick sovereign posts’ candidates

90 members of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) have called for forming a committee to choose candidates to fill the sovereign posts in Libya in coordination with the High Council of State (HCS) – the rival legislative body in Tripoli.

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ACA suspends seven Libyan diplomats in Tunis

The Tripoli-based Administrative Control Authority (ACA), the Libyan state body in charge of oversight of state employees, announced yesterday that it has temporarily suspended and referred for investigation seven diplomats at the Libyan embassy in Tunis for public interest requirements. They are;

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The GNA’s 2017 ‘‘budget’’ is illegal say HoR members: An analysis

In a detailed analysis, former General National Congress (GNC) member and current House of Representatives (HoR) member for Zintan, Abdualslam Nasia, has declared the ‘‘Temporary Financial Arrangements’’ or budget, released by the Faiez Serraj Presidency Council and Government of National Accord (GNA) as illegal and unconstitutional on a number of …

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Omar Al-Aswad: Presidential Council’s orders invalid, its ministers imposters

The boycotting member of the UN-proposed government’s Presidential Council (PC), Omar Al-Aswad, said all of the resolutions made by the PC’s Head and members are null as they go against the political agreement because they were made before the PC gets the vote of confidence by the Tobruk-based House of …

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Outgoing Libyan government faces eviction from Bayda

Libya’s acting government – that is expected to hand over power to the newly formed unity cabinet in coming days – is being evicted from Bayda, where has been based since 2014. Built-up frustrations in the eastern Libyan town have prompted local officials to declare the government “unwanted”  in the wake of the upcoming power …

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Tripoli-based PM rejects Islamist label

Khalifa al-Ghwell, the prime minister of the Libyan Tripoli-based National Salvation Government, noted that [his government] is a government for all Libyans, whether they were in the west, east or south of the country, and that it offers its services, as much as it can, to all of them equally, …

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