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Foreign ambassadors receive briefing on 6+6 committee’s work

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS), Khalid Al-Mishri, accompanied by the Head of the HCS delegation of the 6+6 joint committee, Omar Bulifa, held a meeting in Tripoli with the ambassadors of the countries concerned with the Libyan crisis to inform them about the results of the …

Presidential Council: We are ready for extensive consultation in preparation for elections in Libya

The Libyan Presidential Council (PC) on Saturday expressed its readiness for “extended consultation with all national forces and institutions concerned with the participation of the UN mission to ensure the continuation of the current stability and prepare the atmosphere for elections” in the country.

Statement by United Nations Support Mission in Libya Regarding the outcome of the 6+6 Committee

UNSMIL takes note of the outcome of the work of the 6+6 HoR-HCS Committee which met in Bouzniqa, Kingdom of Morocco, from 22 May to 6 June 2023 to develop draft electoral laws for the presidential and parliamentary elections. The Mission appreciates the efforts made by the 6+6 Committee and …

Libyan electoral laws completed pending approval by HoR, HCS Speakers, say committee members

Members of the Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee for Preparing Electoral Laws announced that they had reached an agreement on presidential and legislative electoral laws, pending the signing of the agreement by the speakers of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS).

Several members of HoR and HCS reject outcomes of 6+6 committee’s meetings

54 members of the High Council of State (HCS) and 61 members of the House of Representatives (HoR) have rejected in two separate statements the 13th constitutional amendment and the outcomes of the 6+6 Joint Committee’s meetings in Morocco, rendering them unconstitutional.

How the man who wants to be president of Libya committed political suicide

Libya’s Tobruk-based Parliament voted on 16 May to dismiss Fathi Bashagha, as prime minister of parallel government in the east of the country and replaced him with his Finance Minister, Osama Hamada. Only 70 parliamentarians out of 200-strong legislature voted to strip him of his duties.