On Thursday, the House of Representatives (HoR) member, Abdul-Monem Al-Orfi, said that the HoR would convene next week to amend Article 12 of the electoral law.
The Head of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) Emad Al-Sayeh discussed with the Attorney General Al-Siddiq Al-Sour the efforts to sort out presidential and parliamentary elections candidates’ paperwork, especially proof of criminal records or felonies by any of the candidates.
Libya’s former Interior Minister, Fathi Bashagha, on Thursday registered for the presidential election scheduled for next month, Anadolu News Agency reports.
Aguila Saleh, the speaker of the House of Representatives, announced Wednesday that he will run in Libya’s presidential election in December, 24.
The Head of the Presidential Council (PC), Mohammed Menfi, affirmed his eagerness to gather the Libyan players to heal the rift and prepare for the elections.
On 12 November, French President Emmanuel Macron hosted a summit in Paris on Libya, co-organised by the UN, Germany and Italy. The summit brought together regional and international heads of state to support the ongoing political process in Libya, in particular the presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled to take place …
Libya’s prime minister said Monday that he’ll run for president if that’s what the people want. The developments come as the date for long-planned elections, scheduled to take place on December 24, draws nearer.
The United Nations commented on the candidacy of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi saying the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) is the party responsible for approving or disapproving candidates for Libya elections.
A total of 721 candidates have so far registered to run in Libya’s 24 December parliamentary elections, the country’s electoral commission said on Tuesday.
Several poll stations in a number of cities in western Libya has been closed to protest Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi’s bid to run for December presidential elections.