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Fifty-one HoR members call for adoption of draft constitution as temporary constitution for 24 December elections – postponement of referendum due to lack of time

Fifty-one House of Representatives (HoR) members called for the adoption of the draft constitution as a ‘‘temporary constitution’’ for the planned 24 December 2021 presidential and parliamentary elections.

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Seven things to do by December 24: A human rights roadmap to Libya’s elections

With Libyan national elections, scheduled for 24 December 2021, approaching fast, NGO Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) say in order to guarantee free and fair elections the Libyan authorities, including the new interim Government of National Unity (the GNU), the Presidency Council and the House of Representatives (the HoR), …

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HRW: Draconian Decree Would Restrict Civic Groups in Libya

National elections scheduled for December 2021 make it imperative for Libya’s Government of National Unity to revise or revoke sweeping restrictions on nongovernmental organizations, Human Rights Watch said today. The Presidential Council decree violates Libya’s international obligations to protect basic freedoms.

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International Follow-up Committee on Libya urges HoR to enact electoral legislation

Participants of the International Follow-up Committee on Libya held a meeting on June 02, 2021, and welcomed the interim Presidential Council and the interim Government of National Unity charged with leading the country up to national parliamentary and presidential elections on 24 December 2021, underlining the importance of the full …

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UNSMIL head Kubis warns obstructers of 24 December elections

In his opening remarks to today’s opening of the two-day Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) virtual session, UNSMIL head Jan Kubis warned that any acts under any pretext obstructing the timely holding of the 24 December elections would be unacceptable to the Libyan people and the international community.

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