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Lockerbie bombing : US must clarify legality of extraditing suspect, says rights group

A leading rights group has raised concerns over the extradition of a Libyan national accused of involvement in the 1988 Lockerbie plane bombing, saying that Washington should “clarify the legal basis” for his arrest and transfer, given that Libya and the US have no formal extradition treaty.

Libyan Political Parties Network calls for consensual constitutional basis

The Communication Network of Political Parties called in a statement for the need for the constitutional basis to be consensual, urging for producing an acceptable constitutional basis that leads to holding elections as soon as possible.

UN: Libya parties agree to framework for withdrawal of foreign forces

Libya’s 5+5 military committee of officers from both main sides of the civil war has agreed on a coordination mechanism for the withdrawal of foreign forces in liaison with neighbouring Sudan and Niger, the United Nations said today.

Shoukry: There’s need to stop external attempts to manipulate Libya’s politics to their interests

The Egyptian Foreign Minister, Sameh Shoukry, briefed the UN envoy, Abdoulaye Bathily, on Tuesday on the developments of the constitutional track meetings in light of the meetings that Cairo hosted recently, stressing the importance of concluding this track with success, in preparation for holding the parliamentary and presidential elections simultaneously …