The Head of the Presidential Council (PC), Mohammed Menfi, reaffirmed the PC’s strong wish to unify all efforts to reach free and fair elections, which meet the hopes and expectations of the Libyan people towards stability, expressing his support for the High National Elections Commission (HNEC).
The Presidential Council (PC) Head, Mohamed El Manfi, met with Egyptian President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi on Tuesday to discuss the latest political developments in Libya and strengthen ties between the two countries.
The Presidential Council (PC) spokeswoman, Najwa Wahiba has affirmed that the PC encourages the holding of elections on time as scheduled, saying that it stands at the same distance from all parties, adding that the legislative bodies are concerned with dealing with objections and reservations to electoral laws.
The Head of the Presidential Council (PC), Mohammed Menfi, affirmed his eagerness to gather the Libyan players to heal the rift and prepare for the elections.
The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, said he is ready to hand over power to an elected body via fair and independent elections, adding that the Presidential Council managed to implement all tasks asked of it, especially the handing over of power after elections.
Libya’s much-hailed first female Foreign Minister, Najla Mangoush, has been suspended by the country’s Presidential Council. The decision on 6 November concluded that the minister had been “acting unilaterally and without consultation” with the council as required by the political agreement of 9 November 2020 that divided authority between the …
Libya’s Prime Minister Abdulhamid Dbeibah on Sunday came to the defence of his foreign minister, Najla al-Mangoush, a day after the country’s presidential council said it had suspended her.
Libya’s ruling presidential council has suspended Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush for “administrative violations” and barred her from travelling.
The Deputy Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Mossa Al-Koni, reiterated commitment to holding elections on time as per the schedule set by the Political Dialogue Forum’s roadmap.
The Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC); meanwhile, said the time to object to voters’ registration records had ended on Thursday, knowing that the names were made public at polling centers last Monday and the HNEC set three days for objections.