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Candidates for presidential and parliamentary elections consider establishing unified group against vote delay

Candidates for the presidential elections in Libya held a meeting Saturday in Tripoli with a number of candidates for the House of Representatives’ elections to discuss the latest developments the presidential and parliamentary electoral process.

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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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UN Adviser briefs civil society coalition on her mediation between HoR and HCS

UN Special Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, said she had an online meeting with members of the Tadamon Coalition, a newly-formed network of 25 Libyan civil society organizations and women leaders representing ethnic and regional constituencies in Libya and mainly working on gender equality and women’s empowerment.

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MPs bloc: Saleh is committing grave breaches with his single-handed decisions

A coalition of Parliament members who formed the “MPs bloc against extension” has voiced their rejection of Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh’s “unilateral” decision regarding the formation of the drafting committee of the constitutional rule and his inclusion of advisers to the committee from outside parliament.

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