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Tripoli militias: yes to democracy, elections, moderate Islam. No to militarization, individual glorification, the criminal Hafter and external agendas!

17 Feb 2019
Libia
Fuente: 
Lybia Herald

In a statement released yesterday congratulating the Libyan people on the occasion of the eight anniversary on Sunday of Libya’s 17 February 2011 resolution, the Tripoli Protection Force (TPF), said they supported tolerant Islam, democracy and renounced the criminal Hafter.

HoR amends referendum law and initiates presidential election law

23 Ene 2019
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

In its two sessions held on Monday and Tuesday, Libya’s internationally-recognized parliament, the House of Representatives (HoR), debated some potentially key pieces of legislation.

 

Firstly, at the request of the High National Election Commission (HNEC), the contested referendum law was amended.

 

Secondly, the draft law on supervising funds raised from the new levy imposed by the Tripoli Central Bank of Libya on the sale of foreign exchange was forwarded by the HoR to the National Planning Council to study and return its feedback within two weeks.

HNEC launches logo for constitution referendum campaign

21 Ene 2019
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Libya’s High National Election Commission (HNEC) launched the logo for the referendum campaign on the country’s draft permanent constitution.

The logo will be used as part of he awareness campaign by HNEC.

The logo, HNEC explained, consists of a combination of a bridge, symbolizing the transition to permanent stability, and a book that symbolizes the constitution.

It will be recalled that Libya’s Tobruk-based and internationally-recognized parliament, the House of Representatives, handed over the country’s constitution Referendum Law to HNEC on 29 November.

Palermo Libya conference makes no major breakthrough, postpones elections, reaffirms LPA and Action Plan

14 Nov 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

The international conference on Libya held by Italy in its Sicilian city of Palermo came to an end yesterday without any major breakthrough.

The concluding two-and-a-half page statement was overwhelmingly a re-statement of the contents of the long-established UNSMIL and Paris conference principles.

However, Palermo put a final end to the Paris conference’s December 2018 election hopes.

It stressed that only political rather than a military solution is viable in Libya, while reaffirming the LPA framework and UNSMIL Action Plan.

HoR fails again to vote on referendum law

28 Ago 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Libya’s House of Representatives (HoR), Libya’s internationally recognized parliament, failed to muster a quorum for yesterday’s session, which it needed in order to vote-in the constitutional amendment needed to legalise its referendum bill. The referendum bill was agreed in principle at the HoR’s last session before the Eid holidays – subject to a constitutional amendment being passed.

 

Without strong political will, Libya’s elections uncertain.

20 Ago 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
TheArabWeekly

 

Within the HoR there exists deep opposition to both elections and the proposed constitution.

Sunday 19/08/2018

Plans for Libya’s referendum on a new constitution on September 16 followed by parliamentary and presidential elections in December are in disarray following the decision by the House of Representatives (HoR) to again delay a vote on the issue.

Ending the de facto ruling political institutions and the way forward

30 Mayo 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Yesterday, President Emmanuel Macron managed to break the Libyan iceberg in Paris. He convened all four parties to the Libyan conflict, along with the heavyweight presence of presidents and high delegations from a number of state. The meeting resulted in the parties agreeing to a joint statement. This statement symbolizes a new roadmap for Libya: a shortcut to elect legitimate institutions for a probably new transitional period that would lead to the adoption of a Libyan constitution and stability for the country.

Élections le 10 décembre: une date, de l’optimisme et encore beaucoup de questions

29 Mayo 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Jeune Afrique

Les principaux acteurs politiques libyens se sont engagés mardi 29 mai, à Paris, à assurer l'organisation d'élections présidentielle et législatives le 10 décembre 2018. Bien que nombre de questions restent en suspens sur ce document qui n'a pas encore été paraphé, le ton était à l'optimisme à l'issue de la rencontre.

Le parcours du combattant de Ghassan Salamé

09 Mayo 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Jeune Afrique

Confronté à une situation politique et militaire libyenne confuse, l'émissaire de l'ONU Ghassan Salamé ne ménage pas ses efforts pour accompagner la transition pacifique vers un gouvernement central. Ce qui semble loin d'être gagné...

« Ne pas réussir à organiser les élections prolongera la crise libyenne », avait prévenu Ahmed Aboul Gheit, secrétaire général de la Ligue arabe, le 30 avril, au cours d’une réunion du quartet (Union africaine, Union européenne, Ligue arabe et Nations unies) au Caire.

HSC ready to meet HoR in Tobruk

02 Mayo 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

The High State Council (HSC), under its new leader Khaled Mishri, has issued a reconciliatory statement to the House of Representatives (HoR) offering to meet in Tobruk in order to break Libya’s current political stalemate.

Referring to last week’s meeting in the Moroccan capital Rabat with HoR head Ageela Saleh, the HSC 7-point statement (dated 30 April but released yesterday), welcomed any direct meeting with HoR.

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