Libyan politicians have floated a plan to put together an interim government. The UN and other external actors should support this step toward breaking the country’s political deadlock.
One of Libya’s top governing bodies elected a new head on Sunday, in a development that could further fracture the country already split between two rival administrations.
The eastern-based House of Representatives (HoR) has condemned the military prosecutor’s move to annex Khums Port to the military naval base in the city, deeming the decision “invalid and illegal.”
The Tripoli-based governing body chooses Mohammed Takala as leader in a run-off by 67 votes to 62, unseating former head Khaled al-Mishri.
Libyan House of Representatives Speaker Aguila Saleh met with UN Special Envoy for Libya Abdoulaye Bathily on Wednesday to discuss efforts to hold long-delayed elections.
The UN envoy to Libya, Abdoulaye Bathily, said that the country’s future should not depend on the House of Representatives and the High Council of State, but on the aspirations of the citizens. Bathily said that all those who wanted new transitional arrangements and governments only wanted to share the …
The House of Representatives (HoR) voted unanimously on Wednesday to designate Counselor Meftah Al-Gawi as Head of the Supreme Judicial Council.
The United Nations (UN) envoy to Libya Abdoulaye Bathily has reiterated in his opening remarks at the meeting of the Security Working Group for Libya – a Berlin Conference committee – in Benghazi that electoral laws in their current state would not facilitate successful elections.
Libya’s House of Representatives approved on Tuesday a proposed roadmap from the speakers of the House and the High State Council on holding elections and forming a new government.
The Constitutional Circuit Court of the Supreme Court said Article 1 of Law 11 of 2021, which was issued by the House of Representatives (HoR) regarding amending some provisions of the Judicial System Law, was unconstitutional.