Hassan al-Huni, media advisor to Libya’s Government of National Accord vehemently denied that head of presidential council, Fayez Al-Sarraj ever made an offer to Khalifa Haftar to name a new prime minister as reported by Italian newspaper La República.
According to the Italian newspaper la Repubblica, the Italian Prime Minister, Giuseppe Conte, in his most recent visit to Benghazi extended an offer from the head of presidential council Fayez Alserraj to field marshal Khalifa Haftar to nominate a new prime minister for the government as a apart of a …
On Thursday and Friday 3-4 December, the consultation process during which members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) cast votes to select one of the presented proposals for a selection mechanism for the unified executive authority came to an end.
The Libyan Presidential Council issued Tuesday a statement detailing the results of the emergency meeting that was held in the presence of Fayez Al-Sarraj and members of the Presidential Council, Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Head of High Council of State, Chief of Supreme Council of Judiciary, Acting …
The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj has called for a highly important meeting with high-profile officials to be held on Tuesday to discuss the ramifications of freezing oil revenues and propose solutions to avoid war and division in the country.
The Presidential Council of the Government of National Accord (GNA) has allocated about 37 million US dollars to the Supreme National Electoral Commission in preparation for the upcoming elections in 2021.
The Libyan government confirmed yesterday that the presidential and parliamentary elections will be held at the end of next year, “whether the [Libyan] parties agree or not”.
The Government of National accord confirmed that the Prime Minister, Fayez Al-Saraj will resign after establishing a new executive authority in Libya.
In a press release on Monday, the Government of National Accord announced that it would be allocating funds for the High National Elections Commission.
Around 17 Libyan women participating in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) in Tunisia have demanded in a joint statement to allocate one of the two deputy prime minister posts to a woman.