The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) reported today that it had handed over the final report on the electoral appeals for candidates running in the planned 24 December presidential elections.
The Supreme Judicial Council (SJC) reported today that it had held an exceptional meeting with a “full quorum”, headed by the head of the Judicial Bodies Inspection Department, Miftah Al-Gwee, and in the presence of the SJC’s Vice-President and Attorney General, Sideeg Al-Sour.
The Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) convened a consultative session at Rexos Compound in Tripoli in the presence of 65 members and chaired by Speaker-designate Fawzi Al-Nuwairi, and discussed the latest developments of the election process as well as political developments.
HoR meets in closed session: Forms committee to communicate with HNEC– committee to report by next session
The House of Representatives (HoR) reported that it had held an official session in Tobruk today, which it had called for yesterday. The HoR did not reveal how many members had attended, but photos and videos show about 30-40 members in the session.
The presidency of the House of Representatives (HoR) called in a statement on HoR members to convene on Tuesday in Tobruk to discuss the latest developments in the electoral process.
The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) sent 2869 files of parliamentary candidates to vetting procedures ahead of publishing the preliminary list of candidates so that appeals phase can begin afterward.
Less than three weeks before Libya’s presidential polls, dozens of Libyan lawmakers on Sunday called for questioning the head of the country’s elections commission along with judicial poll supervisors, Anadolu Agency reported.
Questions were raised Wednesday at the United Nations about the credibility of presidential elections due to be held in Libya on December 24, with the UN head insisting that he did not want the crucial vote to become “part of the problem.”
Ten years after the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi, Libya remains a fragmented country with a conflict between eastern and western regions involving a vast number of militias and foreign fighters.
It has been announced that 98 individuals, including two women, submitted their applications to contest Libya’s 24 December presidential election. The list included a militia-linked suspect, Libya’s top comedian, former and current parliamentary speakers and prime ministers, a former senior official from the Gaddafi era, a couple of businessmen and, …