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Administrative Control reverses Sarraj decision to establish media institution

The Administrative Control Authority has reversed the decision of the Presidential Council (PC) to establish the Libyan Media Foundation and the assignment of Muhammad Ba’ayo as head of the institution, saying the decision was issued unilaterally and thus is contrary to the political agreement.

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20 entities urge electoral commission to end partnership with Libyan Media Institution

Over 20 Libyan organizations have called on the High National Elections Commission to end partnership with the Libyan Media Institution as it is headed by Mohammed Bayo who is also a head of a political party, saying this could affect neutrality.

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Stoking Conflict by Keystroke: New Facebook takedowns expose networks of Russian-linked assets targeting Libya, Sudan, Syria, and the Central African Republic

Today Facebook announced the takedown of three separate networks that targeted communities across Africa. Facebook shared the assets with the Stanford Internet Observatory (SIO) and Graphika before they were suspended. SIO collaborated with colleagues at Graphika on two reports analyzing these networks, both of which we published today.

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Media and CSO activists call for civil democratic state from LPDF

Several media organizations, journalists and human rights activists called on participants of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) in Tunisia, to reach a final, inclusive solution to the Libyan crisis to build a civil, democratic state in which the citizens enjoy social justice and equal rights, free from any violations …

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