Presidential candidates, Fathi Bashagha who was an Interior Minister of the previous government in Libya, and Ahmed Maiteeq who was a member of the previous Presidential Council – both from Misurata – traveled to Benghazi in eastern Libya and held a meeting with Khalifa Haftar, a current presidential candidate and …
Libya may have to delay presidential polls slated for December 24 if worsening “violations” threatening the electoral process continue, Interior Minister Khaled Mazen said on Tuesday.
Libya’s former Interior Minister, Fathi Bashagha, on Thursday registered for the presidential election scheduled for next month, Anadolu News Agency reports.
Identical sources from the southern region said that a force affiliated with the Ministry of Interior, consisting of more than 150 vehicles from the General Administration of Central Support, and the District Support Force, headed by the Undersecretary of the Ministry of Interior, Major General Mahmoud Saeed, had returned to …
Libya’s interior ministry on Saturday denied any excessive use of force following the mass escape of migrants from a Tripoli detention facility, where several were shot dead according to the IOM.
Minister of Interior Khaled Mazen on Monday discussed with his Egyptian counterpart Mahmoud Tawfiq providing training for Libyan cadres in the framework of developing the security partnership between the two countries.
Former Libyan Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha has emphasized the importance of holding presidential and parliamentary elections to unify Libya and facilitate its transition to sustainable development.
Libya’s Interior Ministry reported Monday that the second training course in the field of:
Libya’s Minister of Interior, Khaled Mazen, discussed yesterday with U.S. Ambassador and Special Envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, the plans and programmes carried out by the Ministry to secure the upcoming 24 December 2021 elections, and aspects of cooperation between the two countries, especially in the security aspect.
The Libyan Interior Minister Khaled Mazen has denied the Tunisian claims that there are terrorists in Al-Watiya airbase (AB), urging in a letter to the Head of the Interpol Office for a reply to Tunisian authorities that such a claim is baseless.