Libya’s National Oil Corporation (NOC) has announced the suspension of production at a major oil field in the country’s south, declaring a “force majeure” due to a protest at the site.
A coalition of Parliament members who formed the “MPs bloc against extension” has voiced their rejection of Parliament Speaker Aqila Saleh’s “unilateral” decision regarding the formation of the drafting committee of the constitutional rule and his inclusion of advisers to the committee from outside parliament.
Twenty-one Libyan candidates for the presidential elections called on the Presidential Council (PC) to declare a state of emergency and intervene to address the current political impasse.
The Absence of accountability for Libya’s heads of government and senior officials constitutes impunity, said Member of Parliament Muhammad Al-Hashemi on Tuesday.
Libya: Tuareg families file complaint against Italy commander who authorised US drone strike that killed 11
Families of victims of a US drone strike which hit Libya in November 2018 have filed a complaint against the Italian commander in charge of the naval station used to carry out the attack.
A delegation from Libyan Arabs and another from Tebu who inhabit Murzuq district in south Libya have signed a reconciliation agreement at the conclusion of peace and reconciliation dialogue under the auspices of the United States (US) in Tunisia, according to US embassy in Libya.
Elders and dignitaries from the western region gathered in Misrata on Saturday to affirm their keenness on the safety of Libyans, the unity of their country, and to preserve security and stability in Tripoli and the entire western region.
A group of female candidates for the Libyan parliamentary elections has pushed for holding the elections, during a virtual meeting with the UN Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on Libya Stephanie Williams on Sunday.
Hundreds of Libyans have demonstrated in the capital of Tripoli on Friday calling for holding elections, ending the transitional phase in the country and overthrowing the House of Representatives and the High Council of State.
Misrata and Greater Tripoli municipality elders said holding parliamentary elections is the only way for unity and the end of division in Libya, adding that a new parliament will represent all Libyans and end the mandate of the current House of Representatives (HoR) and High Council of State (HCS) and …