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Budget is inflated by new exchange rate, government supports elections and illegal migration will be reduced: Official government Spokesperson

Mohamed Hamuda the Official Spokesperson for the Libyan Government said the reason why the 2021 budget seemed so large was because it was calculated on the new dinar-dollar exchange rate. Hamuda was engaging in a live question-and-answer session yesterday with the general public through the government’s Hakomitna (Our Government) Facebook …

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Fifty-one HoR members call for adoption of draft constitution as temporary constitution for 24 December elections – postponement of referendum due to lack of time

Fifty-one House of Representatives (HoR) members called for the adoption of the draft constitution as a ‘‘temporary constitution’’ for the planned 24 December 2021 presidential and parliamentary elections.

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Attorney General Al-Sour meets HoR head Saleh to discuss difficulties facing judiciary – agree on need for better coordination and joint input in drafting legislation

Attorney General, Sideeg Al-Sour, met Ageela Saleh, the head of parliament (the House of Representatives (HoR) at Saleh’s office in Gubba, eastern Libya yesterday to discuss difficulties and problems in the functioning of the judiciary and prosecution offices.

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HoR and HSC heads Saleh and Mishri fail to meet in Morocco – increase speculation of failure to agree on Sovereign Positions

Ageela Saleh, the head of Libya’s parliament (the House of Representatives (HoR) and Khaled Mishri, the head of the High State Council (HSC) did not meet during their visits to the Moroccan capital Rabat.

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International Follow-up Committee on Libya urges HoR to enact electoral legislation

Participants of the International Follow-up Committee on Libya held a meeting on June 02, 2021, and welcomed the interim Presidential Council and the interim Government of National Unity charged with leading the country up to national parliamentary and presidential elections on 24 December 2021, underlining the importance of the full …

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