The Chief Justice of the Supreme Court who was recently appointed by the House of Representatives (HoR) Abdullah Burazizah, was sworn in on Sunday before the Speaker of the HoR, Aqila Saleh, HoR spokesman Abdullah Blehiq.
Libyan constitutional circuit court looks into appeals against HoR decisions
For the first time since being reactivated in last August, the constitutional circuit court started work on Sunday to look into the appeals against the 10th and 11th constitutional amendments as well as law No.6 of 2018 that is related to constitutional referendum.
Menfi, Al-Hafi discuss ending political impasse in Libya
The Head of the Libyan Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, discussed Monday with the Chairman of the Supreme Court, Mohammed Al-Hafi, ways out of the current political impasse and achieving stability as well as the status of statehood in Libya.
CDA asks Head of Libya’s Supreme Court to activate circuit court of constitution
The Libyan Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) asked Tuesday the Head of the Supreme Court to retract his decision that halted the circuit court of constitution and allow it to resume its duties as soon as possible, saying the circumstances of the then-made decision had disappeared.
Bar Association calls on Supreme Court to activate Constitutional Chamber
The Libyan Bar Association on Tuesday demanded the General Assembly of the Supreme Court to implement the judicial ruling of the Tripoli Court of Appeal to activate the Constitutional Chamber.
Libya’s Supreme Court annuls Tripoli Appeals Court’s “Abu Salim Prison” verdict
The Libyan Supreme Court has annulled the Tripoli Court of Appeals’ Ninth Criminal Division verdict about Abu Salim Prison Massacre that was issued on December 12, 2019 and dropped charges on all people accused of the brutal Gaddafi-era massacre.
New head of Supreme Court elected unanimously
The General Assembly of the Supreme Court yesterday elected Abdalla Burzeza as the new Head of the Supreme Court. This will presumably have to be confirmed by the HoR and the HSC, but it is expected that they will rubber stamp it in an effort to maintain the perception of …
New Presidency Council takes constitutional oath before Tripoli Constitutional Court
The new three-member Presidency Council took the constitutional oath this morning before the Constitutional Court at its Tripoli headquarters.
Salame’s plan in its four processes.. Will it succeed?
What are the prospects for the Libyan political landscape in the new year of 2019? Will Libya remain divided in two governments, and prevail the governance of military factions and civil clashes? Will they continue to have a systematic plundering of resources and economy of the country, or will they …
HoR concludes debate of constitution referendum bill – to put to final vote on 30 July
Libya’s House of Representatives (HoR) completed is debate of the referendum bill on the country’s permanent constitution during its session yesterday. The HoR’s official spokesperson, Abdalla Belheeg, said that over 70 members attended the session and that the bill shall be voted on, on 30 July.