Social media in Libya is abuzz following the news that a Tripoli court has suspended the implementation of the Libya-Turkiye hydrocarbon exploration deal that was signed last October between Ankara and the Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh-led Government of National Unity (GNU).
There can be no reconciliation in Libya without justice and Libyans listening to each other, the UN Envoy to Libya Abdoulaye Bathily said in his address before the preparatory meeting for the National Reconciliation Conference, which wrapped up in Tripoli on Thursday.
Tripoli Court of Appeal leaves door open for GNU to challenge its verdict to suspend Libyan-Turkish agreement
The Tripoli Court of Appeal has left the door open to the Government of National Unity (GNU) to challenge the court’s verdict to suspend the implementation of the Libyan-Turkish agreement, a judicial source said in a statement.
Armed groups aligned with the two rival authorities, the Tripoli-based Government of National Unity (GNU) and the Government of National Stability (GNS) based in the east, clashed in Tripoli and its environs after GNS forces attempted to take control of the capital. The fighting resulted in the deaths and injuries …
A Libyan Court, on Monday, suspended an energy exploration deal that the Tripoli government signed last year with Turkiye, a judiciary source said, thus pausing an agreement that angered other Mediterranean powers and inflamed Libya’s own internal crisis, Reuters reports.
The spokesman for the House of Representatives (HoR) Abdullah Blehiq said the session on Monday could concluded that no Libyan citizen shall be extradited by any government body to foreign states in the future.
The House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS) announced on Friday that they would not introduce a new Constitutional Court law as it might affect the outcomes of the constitutional rule.
The US has confirmed that Abu Agila Mohammad Mas’ud Kheir Al-Marimi, the last Libyan suspect in the Lockerbie bombing case, is in US custody, after being allegedly handed over by the unity government in Tripoli.
A Libyan court on Monday sentenced 17 people to death after finding them guilty of joining the Islamic State group and carrying out atrocities in its name, the prosecution said.
Amnesty International to Libya: Hold commanders of Tariq Ben Zeyad armed group accountable for ‘catalogue of horrors’
An unrelenting crisis of impunity in Libya has enabled fighters of the Tariq Ben Zeyad (TBZ) armed group to commit war crimes, and other crimes under international law, with the aim of crushing any challenge to the Libyan Arab Armed Forces (LAAF), the de facto authorities controlling vast swathes of …