In his first meeting with a foreign journalist in a decade, Seif al-Islam described his years in captivity — and hinted at a bid for Libya’s presidency.
Loyalists of Khalifa Haftar in eastern Libya launched a campaign to collect names and national identification numbers as well as electoral centers, numbers of people to vote for Haftar in the upcoming presidential elections in Libya.
Several LPDF members trying to insert “poison pills” to ensure elections will not happen: US Special Envoy
After the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) meeting in Switzerland from 28 June to 2 July failed to reach a consensus on the constitutional basis to hold elections on 24 December 2021 by the set deadline of 1 July, U.S. Special Envoy and Ambassador to Libya Richard Norden said some …
The UN envoy to Libya, Jan Kubis, extended Libyan Political Dialogue Forum’s (LPDF) meetings for one more day to carry out talks on the constitutional basis, for which a new committee was formed.
Libyan expectations are high and candidates are beginning to express interest in running for the elections scheduled for December this year.
Clashes erupted on Saturday between two families of different tribes in Benghazi, killing at least five people, local sources have reported.
Presidency Council has denounced an Italian invitation to Libyan Foreign Minister Najla Mangoush to hold a reconciliation forum in Italy without prior consultations with the country’s leadership.
Libya’s Amazigh Supreme Council (ASC) renewed yesterday its rejection of Libya’s draft constitution and the referendum on it, or its adoption as a constitutional basis for a single election, and rejected any constitutional rule – unless all Libyan ethnic components agree on it.
Families of war prisoners captured by Hafatr’s militias during the recent offense on the western region have pleaded for an immediate intervention by the government, the UN mission, and international and local organizations to release their sons detained in the eastern district.
Khalid Al – Zaidi, the lawyer for Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, has disputed reports that his client met with the British newspaper The Times and plans to run in the Libyan elections later this year.