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Libyan Amazigh-speaking cities to give their language legal status

Libyan cities that are peopled by Amazigh are moving to activate an ordinance, which has been already implemented in Zuwara city, ordering the writings on billboards, shops, and administrative buildings as well as official logos to be written in the Amazigh language.

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Tripoli mayor Beitelmal released

The head of Tripoli Central Municipality Council, Abdulrauf  Beitelmal was released late last night after being held in forced captivity for about 21 hours. No official news of the identity of his kidnappers or their motives for his kidnapping have been revealed yet. Sources have informed Libya Herald that he …

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Going Local in Libya

The political situation in Libya has slowly reached one of apparent paralysis while the military situation is continually evolving with frequent clashes across the country. Given the lack of any progress, the whole approach undertaken by the international community has clearly failed and desperately needs a new strategy. Political negotiation …

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Benghazi Commission denounces participation of eastern unelected mayors in Tripoli meeting

Benghazi Commission -a working group set up to deal with the affairs of the displaced people of Benghazi- denounced the arrival of a number of unelected mayors of the eastern region in Tripoli to participate in the second meeting of Libyan municipalities.

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Municipality leaders call for Judicial High Council to takeover running of country – if HoR and HSC fail to reach consensus within 30 days

In the final communique at the end of their two-day meeting in Tripoli, Municipality and Local Council leaders today called on the Judicial High Council of Libya to take over the running of the country – if the House of Representatives and the High State Council fail to reach agreement.

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