The president of the General National Congress, Nuri Abu Sahmain, has ordered security forces to track . . .
Opinion: Constitutional Assembly electoral Law blow to inclusivity in post Revolution Libya – LWPP
The GNC’s recent passing of electoral law for the Constitutional Assembly represents a serious setback and disappointment for those who have struggled hard to achieve inclusivity for constitution drafting in Libya, says leading women’s leading NGO Libyan Women’s Platform for Peace (LWPP).
Opinion: The planned 15th February demonstrations in a few lines
In the last few months there has been growing discontent across the country about the current Government and General National Congress (GNC). The central motives that appear to have fueled the anger of the population is a series of alleged corruptions scandals, the lack of decentralization, and the perceived ineffectiveness …
Opinion: Prioritizing Libya’s Challenges – The Important and the Urgent
When everything is important, nothing is important. Governments, organizations and individuals must proactively set their priorities in order to allocate and leverage limited resources effectively. Libya is faced with a long and growing list of daunting challenges. Stakeholders have many needs and they all want their needs fulfilled now. While …
Opinion: Does Libya have a President now?
I have been following, as any other Libyan, the activities of the General National Congress and its President’s activities, trips and announcements and I started to wonder is he the President of Libya? I decided to go back and read the 2011 Constitutional Declaration that governs the GNC and defines …
The Libyan public’s role in drafting the Constitution: Part I
Public participation in the Constitution-drafting process is essential to ensure the final document enshrines the rights and freedoms of the Libyan people. (Photo: George Grant)