Aguila Saleh, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, met with Jan Kubis, the head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, and confirmed the Parliament’s continued commitment to holding elections on the agreed-upon date of December 24 this year.
On 2 July, the UN-led Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) ended four days of talks in Geneva but failed to reach agreement on the task at hand: agreeing a constitutional basis for the proposed presidential and legislative elections on 24 December. The marathon session of the 75-strong group, acting as …
The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah ordered Tuesday the formation of a ministerial committee to follow up on the preparations for holding general elections on December 24.
The High Council of State (HCS) has welcomed the launching of the voter registration system yesterday and called on the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) to use the voting system for the constitutional referendum first.
The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) announced the launch of what it called the first phase of the 24 December 2021 electoral process with the inauguration of the voter registration system.
Khalifa Haftar has told one of his loyalist journalists, Mahmoud Al-Musrati, in an interview the latter posted on his Facebook page Friday, that if elections won’t be held in December, his forces will be ready to “liberate Tripoli from criminals and militias once again.”
Differences have arisen between delegates at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) meeting in Geneva over the possibility of Khalifa Haftar standing as a candidate in December’s presidential election in the North African country, Arabi21 has reported.
Ageela Saleh, head of the House of Representatives (HoR), met with the Constitutional Path Committee in the House yesterday.
Libyan expectations are high and candidates are beginning to express interest in running for the elections scheduled for December this year.
The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum’s (LPDF) Advisory Committee said the members unanimously agreed on holding presidential elections by the method of lists, LPDF member Abdullah Othman said, adding that they had agreed in Switzerland that president candidates must be Muslim Libyans of Muslim parents and has no foreign citizenship, unless …