The High Council of State in Libya issued a strong statement on Thursday, urging the severing of ties with nations that support Israel’s bombardment and blockade of the Gaza Strip.
HoR calls for oil export halt and expulsion of US, UK, French, German and Italian ambassadors over Zionist Gaza genocide
Libya’s parliament, the House of Representatives (HoR), based in eastern Libya, yesterday called on the eastern based Libyan government (a government unrecognised by most of the international community) to shut oil and gas exports to Western countries if the Zionist genocidal war in Gaza, Palestine, does not stop.
The ex-Head of the High Council of State, Khalid Al-Mishri, has called for an immediate halt to the export of oil and gas from Libya until the war on Gaza stops.
UNSMIL completes technical review of Libyan electoral laws, commends the 6+6 for their effort and calls for a political settlement on remaining contentious issues
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) completed an initial technical review of the Presidential Election Law no. 28/2023 and Parliamentary Election Law no. 27/2023, which were officially received from the Speaker of the House of Representatives in the evening of Thursday, 5 October.
The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) has received the laws regulating the presidential and parliamentary elections from the House of Representatives, which the latter approved last week.
The Speaker of the House of Representatives, (HoR) Aqila Saleh, sent a letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations (UNSG), Antonio Guterres, in which he requested to mobilize international support to form a unified government whose mission is to hold presidential and parliamentary elections.
Saif Gaddafi thanked, Monday, Parliament Speaker Agila Saleh and members of the 6+6 Committee for what they did in drafting the electoral laws that “do not exclude anyone,” as he put it.
Libya’s House of Representatives (Parliament), on Monday, approved election laws drawn up by the 6+6 Joint Committee, Anadolu Agency reports.
Libya’s Prosecutor General (PG), Al-Siddiq Al-Sour, on 15 September toured the flood devastated Derna, five days after it was struck by Storm Daniel, resulting in the killing, injuring and displacing of tens of thousands of people and washing away at least one quarter of the city into the sea.
Hundreds of protesters rallied in Libya’s disaster-hit Derna on Monday, accusing the authorities of neglect after a huge flash flood devastated the coastal city and swept thousands to their deaths.