Libya is full of initiatives and proposals to end the long-standing crisis that had afflicted everyone. Some sides think that the solution to end the crisis should be through a limited amendment on the Political Agreement by reducing the Presidential Council (PC) to a president and two members with a …
Libyan eastern region or Cyrenaica region’s members of the House of Representatives (HoR) suspended Monday their membership saying they would return to the parliament sessions if their demands regarding the passing of the constitution referendum law are answered.
The member of the House of Representatives (HoR), Jalal Al-Shwehdi, had accused the commander of the Dignity Operation, General Khalifa Haftar, of aborting the Political Agreement and breaking the Paris declaration.
The member of the House of Representatives (HoR) Saleh Efhima said the HoR won’t be able to pass the constitution referendum law due to unjustifiable fears harbored by certain members regarding some constitution articles.
The House of Representatives (HoR) failed to take a vote on the referendum bill for Libya’s draft permanent constitution in its official session in Tobruk today. It had carried out a reading of the bill in its session yesterday and planned to vote the bill into law in today’s session.
The Chairman of Libya’s Constitution Drafting Assembly, Noah Abdelsayed, announced his resignation on Sunday.
The House of Representatives (HoR) yesterday issued a call on all members to meet next Monday and Tuesday (30 and 31 July) at its Tobruq headquarters for an official session.
The Libyan Amazigh Supreme Council has decided to boycott the referendum on Libya’s constitution, which is still under deliberations and yet to be issued by the House of Representatives by July’s end.
Libya’s House of Representatives (HoR) completed is debate of the referendum bill on the country’s permanent constitution during its session yesterday. The HoR’s official spokesperson, Abdalla Belheeg, said that over 70 members attended the session and that the bill shall be voted on, on 30 July.
After the popular uprising in February 2011 and the fall of the Muammar Gaddafi’s rule, Libyans had the opportunity to draft a constitution for the second time in the country’s modern history. The first was in 1951, when Libya was preparing to become an independent state after 33 years of …