The Libyan parliament has again deferred its session on the adoption of the proposed national budget until tomorrow, Tuesday.
Ageela Saleh, head of the House of Representatives (HoR), met with the Constitutional Path Committee in the House yesterday.
A source from the House of Representatives (HoR) said the session for questioning the Government of National Unity that was slated for Tuesday was suspended and will be held on July 05 at the request of the government itself.
The Official Spokesperson for the House of Representatives (HoR), Abdulla Belheeg, announced yesterday that the next session of the House of Representatives will be next Monday (28 June).
House of Representatives (HoR) head Ageela Saleh reiterated his belief that the HoR ‘‘has the constitutional base and the necessary laws to conduct the elections on the specified date.’’
The head of the House of Representatives, Ageela Saleh, met in his office in the eastern city of al-Gubba today, the head of the High National Election Commission, Emad al-Sayeh.
The Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) concluded budget endorsement session on Tuesday without approval, saying a new session will be held on June 29.
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 …
Aguila Saleh, the Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), has called on all members to attend an official session to discuss budget legislation.
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.