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Women participants in LPDF demand a female deputy prime in new government

Around 17 Libyan women participating in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) in Tunisia have demanded in a joint statement to allocate one of the two deputy prime minister posts to a woman.

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Three political blocks in Libya insist: constitutional referendum must be held before the polls

The House of Representatives, the High Council of State, and the Constituent Drafting Body have reiterated that the draft constitution is now in the hands of the Libyan people, who have the sole right to accept or reject it through a public referendum.

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UNSMIL calls for Libyan political class to rise to level of responsibility

Speaking yesterday at the press conference following the end of the two-day meeting of the 5+5 Joint Military Commission in Ghadames, Acting Special Representative of the Secretary General for Libya Stephanie Williams called on the Libyan political class to rise to the level of responsibility seen in the Joint Military …

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Libya’s Amazigh Council rejects UNSMIL-sponsored dialogue

The Supreme Council for the Amazigh of Libya, mayors of Amazigh municipalities and notables of Amazigh regions have disapproved the methodology of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya ( UNSMIL) regarding the Libyan crisis, and the mechanism for selecting participants in the political dialogue forum to be held in …

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UNSMIL launches Libyan Political Dialogue Forum interactive platform

UNSMIL yesterday launched an interactive Libyan Dialogue Platform, alhiwar.ly, to run along the current Libya Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) which commenced virtually on 26 October. The LPDF will move to the face-to-face format on 9 November in Tunis.

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Tripoli Protection Force rejects “controversial” figures in LPDF list

Tripoli Protection Force reiterated on Sunday its rejection of the list of names invited by the UN mission to participate in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), saying the names mentioned should have been on the Attorney General Office’s list.

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