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While acting as technical advisor in the HoR-HNEC Rome meeting, UNSMIL urges HoR and HSC to work together on constitutional basis for elections

While acting as technical advisor to House of Representatives Committee and the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) meeting in Rome 26-29 July, UNSMIL today urged the HoR and HSC to work together, as prescribed by the 2015 Skhirat Libyan Political Agreement (LPA), in agreeing on a constitutional basis for the …

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Despite Polls Libya Faces Great Challenges Ahead

While the reconciliation process has added a sense of optimism, several legal and security challenges remain, just months before the proposed elections in December. After a decade of conflict, insecurity and political fragmentation, Libya could be looking at a more stable future and sustainable peace.

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Libyan High Council of State urges House of Representatives to resume constitutional talks

The Libyan High Council of State urged Monday the House of Representatives to resume constitutional track talks to reach an agreement that allows holding elections on time, adding in a letter that the House of Representatives is invited to resume dialogue based on Hurghada meetings.

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Al-Mishri: UN mission in Libya pushing for allowing military officials to run in elections

The Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, said the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) and the international community are pressuring them to allow military officials to run in the upcoming elections, telling reporters Saturday the High Council of State supports holding elections on December 24.

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Al-Mishri rejects unifying Libyan state civil institutions apart from military ones

The Head of the Libyan High Council of State (HCS), Khalid Al-Mishri, rejected Tuesday unifying state civil institutions without unifying the military institution, adding in a press conference in Tripoli that the HCS rejected also the inability of the Prime Minister to enter Benghazi and the “mess at the military …

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