Libya’s High National Elections Commission (HNEC) announced yesterday that a total of 2,480,588 registered voters collected their voting cards by Wednesday’s deadline. Voters can only vote using their voter cards.
The Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC) said Thursday that five polling stations, four in AL,Aziziya municipality and one in Tripoli, were subjected to armed robbery of voter cards, which were stolen at gunpoint.
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.
Libyans are going to the polls to elect their president for the first time. By Nov. 22, the deadline for submitting candidacy papers, the total number of people running for the country’s top position reached 98 individuals — in a country of 6.5 million people and less than 3 million …
Hundreds of citizens organized a protest in front of the headquarters of the High National Elections Commission in Tripoli on Tuesday, to reject the current electoral laws and the holding of elections without a constitution.
The Director of the media center of the High National Electoral Commission (HNEC), Sami Al-Sharif, stated that the appeals phase against the commission’s decision to exclude candidates has officially ended.
The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) announced that it had observed some citizens monitoring the electoral process, possessing no legal or official capacity, which amounts to an illegal violation of the law and regulations, regardless of good intentions.
Libya’s High National Elections Commission (HNEC) today extended the deadline for registered voters to collect their voting cards until Wednesday 1 December. The original deadline for collecting voting cards was tomorrow.
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, …