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Al-Mishri asks UN envoy to remind HoR of risks of discussing elections legislation unilaterally

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri urged Sunday in a letter to the UN envoy to Libya, Jan Kubis, for reminding the House of Representatives (HoR) of the risk of violating the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum’s (LPDF) roadmap by unilaterally discussing elections legislations for December …

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Al-Mishri: There’s a fine line between mercenaries and state-agreement forces

The Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, told the visiting Italian Foreign Minister, Luigi di Maio, on Monday in Tripoli that there should a fine line drawn between the foreign forces that came to Libya based on official agreements with other states and mercenaries.

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While acting as technical advisor in the HoR-HNEC Rome meeting, UNSMIL urges HoR and HSC to work together on constitutional basis for elections

While acting as technical advisor to House of Representatives Committee and the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) meeting in Rome 26-29 July, UNSMIL today urged the HoR and HSC to work together, as prescribed by the 2015 Skhirat Libyan Political Agreement (LPA), in agreeing on a constitutional basis for the …

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Despite Polls Libya Faces Great Challenges Ahead

While the reconciliation process has added a sense of optimism, several legal and security challenges remain, just months before the proposed elections in December. After a decade of conflict, insecurity and political fragmentation, Libya could be looking at a more stable future and sustainable peace.

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Libyan High Council of State urges House of Representatives to resume constitutional talks

The Libyan High Council of State urged Monday the House of Representatives to resume constitutional track talks to reach an agreement that allows holding elections on time, adding in a letter that the House of Representatives is invited to resume dialogue based on Hurghada meetings.

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