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Libya’s wily and opportunistic elite promise elections but prepare for war

The mood in Libya’s capital, Tripoli, is sombre and uncertain. While people go about their daily routine they are busy trying to figure out if another war is coming or not. They are still reeling from the sudden eruption of violence last August between two local militias that killed and …

UN urges Libya rivals to agree on road map for elections

The Security Council voted unanimously Friday to extend the UN political mission in Libya for a year and urged key institutions and parties in the divided north African country to agree on a road map to deliver presidential and parliamentary elections as soon as possible.

Dbeibah urges HNEC to update voters’ registry and candidates’ information

The Government of National Unity’s Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah called on the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) and its Head Emad Al-Sayeh to update the voters’ registry to register those who didn’t have the chance to register before and those who turned legal by age to vote.

Libya’s HCS votes on constitutional basis articles under discussion with HoR

The Libyan High Council of State (HCS) members voted in their 79th session on Monday on the constitutional basis articles that are under discussion with the House of Representatives (HoR), as the media office of the HCS added that the session, headed by HCS Head Khalid Al-Mishri, picked up on …