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LFJL publishes the first instalment of its commentary on the draft constitutional recommendations, will deliver to the Constitutional Drafting Assembly

On 24 December 2014, Libya’s Constitutional Drafting Assembly (CDA) published its first set of recommendations drafted by its individual thematic committees on its website. Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) has called regularly for an inclusive and transparent drafting process, citing the need for popular engagement and dialogue.  This is …

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2014تحليل مسودة الدستور الليبي – اللجان النوعية في الهيئة التاسيسية لصياغة الدستور – الوضع: كانون أول/ديسمبر

أصدرت المؤسسة الدولية للديمقراطية والانتخابات تحليلا بتاريخ 31 آذار/مارس 2015، بعنوان: تحليل مسودة الدستور الليبي، اللجان النوعية في الهيئة التاسيسية لصياغة الدستور، الوضع: كانون الاول/ديسمبر 2014. أعد التحليل البرفيسور الدكتور يورغ فدتكة من كلية الحقوق في جامعة باساو. 

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Tuareg want their language made an official Libyan language, equal investment in the South

The Tuareg Social Council, along civil society activists, has told the Constitutional Drafting Assembly (CDA) that the Tuareg want to be given equal rights as Libyan citizens and see their language become an official Libyan language.  Called Tarigia by the Tuareg themselves, it is related to Tamazight, the language of the Amazigh, and in …

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13 Human rights groups say UNHRC not getting job done; call for “independent mechanism of inquiry”

In a joint call for action, 13 national, regional and international human rights organisations including five from Libya, have called on the UN to support the creation of an independent body which would investigate human rights crimes in Libya by all sides since 2012. They say it is the only way to ensure “accountability, …

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UNSMIL Presents to Parties Ideas to End Political Crisis, Military Conflict, Hopes to Expedite Talks

After weeks of discussions with all the parties and in light of the deteriorating military situation that threatens with further escalation as progress is made in the political dialogue, Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Libya Bernardino Leon visited both Tobruk and Tripoli where he presented some ideas to expedite …

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The Constitutional Battle over Libya's Identity

This past December, the Constituent Assembly of Libya published a draft of preliminary suggestions and ideas concerning the constitution so that Libyans could discuss them and provide their opinions before a referendum in March. While there were no obvious flaws in the form of the draft, the language and content …

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The Constitutional Battle over Libya’s Identity

This past December, the Constituent Assembly of Libya published a draft of preliminary suggestions and ideas concerning the constitution so that Libyans could discuss them and provide their opinions before a referendum in March. While there were no obvious flaws in the form of the draft, the language and content …

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