Twenty-six members of the Tripoli House of Representatives (HoR) have rejected the agreement signed in Morocco’s Rabat district of Bouznika by the HoR and High State Council (HSC) to distribute Libya’s top sovereign positions on a geographical basis.
40 members of the High Council of State rejected regional quota approach in selecting sovereign positions’ occupants, which was approved by the dialogue in Bouznika between delegations of the House of Representatives and High Council of State.
The Supreme Judiciary Council has denounced “regional quota” approach used in Bouznika dialogues regarding the sovereign positions in Libya, especially those related to the judicial authority being run by certain regions in the country.
Libyan envoys at UN-backed talks in Egypt agreed Wednesday to hold a constitutional referendum before planned elections in the war-torn country later this year, Egypt’s foreign ministry said.
The Tripoli Protection Force (TPF), the city’s coalition of its main militias, recognized by the internationally recognized Libyan government based in the country’s capital, announced yesterday that it rejects the outputs and the method of voting used by the UNSMIL-brokered Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) to agree on a selection …
The joint House of Representatives (HoR) and High State Council (HSC) Constitutional Committee started its second meeting today in Egypt’s Hurghada.
Libyan envoys at UN-backed talks to end nearly a decade of war voted Tuesday to pass the mechanism to choose an interim executive to govern until polls in December, the UN said.
Announcing the development on Saturday, Acting UN Libya envoy Stephanie Williams said that Libyan envoys who had travelled to the Swiss city had broken the “deadlock” over selecting representatives for a temporary executive, from all regions of the country.
Libyans fear obstructive status quo, want elections, end of transition, support ceasefire, exit of mercenaries, and for UN to end foreign interference: UNSMIL
According to the results of a digital chat held yesterday between Acting UNSMIL head Stephanie Williams and 1,000 Libyans, Libyans fear the obstructionist status quo party, want the 24 December elections, support the current ceasefire, want the exit of foreign forces and mercenaries, would like more UN help in ending …
A Libyan political dialogue arranged by the United Nations has made progress towards agreeing on a new transitional government to oversee the run-up to elections in December.