The Libyan Investment Authority (LIA) reaffirmed that the UN Security Council Sanctions Committee had re-emphasised that that it is ‘‘preserving the integrity and value of Libyan frozen assets meant for the benefit of the Libyan people.’’
The roadmap committee reviewed Thursday in Tripoli, at the headquarters of the House of Representatives, its tasks and the nature of its work with the UN advisor on Libya, Stephanie Williams, and UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) coordinator, Raisedon Zenenga.
Two days after reporting to and facing questions from the House of Representatives (HoR) at a special session in Tobruk, the High National Elections Commission’s (HNEC) head, Emad Sayeh, hosted in Tripoli today, Stephanie Williams, Special Advisor to the UN Secretary General.
National Forces for Change presents proposal for holding sequential elections, starting with parliamentary
Representatives of the National Forces for Change has presented a proposal to the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for a sequenced approach to the electoral process with the holding of parliamentary elections first.
The United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) has evacuated 177 asylum-seekers to Niger, the second evacuation flight to Niger this year since Libyan authorities lifted a blanket ban on humanitarian flights in October.
A senior UN official said on Monday the main focus after the delay of last week’s planned election in Libya should be on ways to move forward with the vote rather than on the fate of the interim government.
The United Nations Secretary-General’s Special Adviser for Libya, Stephanie Williams, yesterday called on the concerned parties not to allow the current challenges in Libya’s electoral process to undermine the stability and progress which has been achieved over the past 15 months.
The UN Secretary General’s Advisor on Libya, Stephanie Williams, discussed with presidential candidate, Aqila Saleh, the latest developments of setting a new date for presidential and parliamentary elections.
UNSMIL warned yesterday that political tensions in Libya should be resolved through dialogue. This came after state recognized but not controlled military groups (militias) started to build up on the outskirts of Tripoli with other forces conducting manoeuvres in Misrata and Zawia.
The UN Fact-Finding Mission in Libya called on individuals and organizations to provide necessary documents for its mandate, adding in a statement on Monday that this comes after the extension of its mandate to June 20, 2022 by the Human Rights Council.