Noticias

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.

HoR head Saleh accepts HSC head Mishri’s invitation to meet

13 Abr 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Ageela Saleh, head of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR), has welcomed the invitation of the newly appointed head of the Tripoli-based High State Council (HSC), Khaled Mishri, to meet for reconciliation talks in the coming days. The revelation was made by the official spokesperson of the HoR, Abdalla Belheeq, on Wednesday.

Belheeq added that Saleh accepted this invitation in the interest of ending the suffocating political crisis that the country is going through, which is reflected in the worsening of the situation in the country.

Over 53 pct Libyan eligible voters registered for upcoming elections

11 Abr 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Xinhua.net

TRIPOLI, April 10 (Xinhua) -- Libya's Higher Commission of Election on Monday revealed that more than 53 percent of eligible voters have registered for the upcoming elections.

"When the voter registration inside and outside the country closed, the number of Libyan voters registered was 2.43 million, which is 53.26 percent of the eligible voters," the commission said in a statement.

The registration, which ended in late March, has lasted nearly four months.

Libya electoral commission makes new proposal

01 Abr 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
The Libya Observer

The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) proposed to have multi-polling centers' system instead of the single-polling system.

"The coming presidential elections will be the first in Libya so there will be no organizational experience in the country. We thus want to save the country the burden of presidential campaigns that will be very difficult to conduct in the vast area of Libya." HNEC said in a statement on Saturday.

Un grupo de seguidores de Saif al Islam lanza su candidatura

20 Mar 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Europa Press

Un grupo de seguidores de Saif al Islam, hijo del fallecido líder de Libia Muamar Gadafi, ha lanzado su candidatura a las presidenciales de este año en el país durante un acto celebrado en Túnez.

El grupo, llamado Frente Popular para la Liberación de Libia (PFLL), inició sus actividades en 2017 y haasegurado que su objetivo es lograr unificar Libia, según ha recogido el diario 'The Libya Herald'.

Saif Qaddafi supporters announce his candidacy for elections

19 Mar 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Supporters of Saif Al-Islam Qaddafi, son of deposed dictator Muamar Qaddafi, launched their campaign for Saif Al-Islam to run for the 2018 elections.

At a press conference held in Tunis today, the alleged Saif Al-Islam supporters in the guise of the Popular Front for the Liberation of Libya (PFLL), launched their election campaign. The PFLL was launched in Tunis last year.

Their election campaign is to be based on the principles of rebuilding Libya with the help of its neighbours for a unified Libya, with one president and through the existing political process.

Faiez Serraj appoints new official spokesperson

13 Mar 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

Faiez Serraj has appointed a new official spokesperson for himself in his capacity as President of the Presidency Council. The spokesperson will not represent the views of the whole Presidency Council.

Today, the spokesperson Mohamed Salaak (Alsalaak) held his first press conference which he said will be a regular event every Monday at 1 pm. Salaak spoke for a total of 12 minutes, taking questions for about 5 minutes.

Aref Nayed to run for Libya presidency

13 Mar 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
The Libya Observer

Former Libyan Ambassador to the United Arab Emirates (UAE), Aref Al-Nayed, has announced his intentions to run for the country’s presidency, slated for later this year.

In an interview with Egyptian newspaper Youm7 in Dubai, Al-Nayed said he is preparing an election campaign in cooperation with teamwork of young people to get Libya out of its crisis.

“Elections are the only way out of the Libyan crisis,” he thinks.

HNEC closes on-line overseas voter registration

13 Mar 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) closed on-line overseas voter registration at midnight yesterday – as had been planned. However, it announced that it was extending it by direct registration through embassies until 31 March.

HNEC reported that a total of 6,267 overseas Libyans had registered on-line from 1/2/18 to 12/3/18. The three countries with the highest number of voters registered were the UK with 1,372, followed by 1,100 in Egypt and 783 in the US and Canada.

Overseas voter registration extended until 12 March

27 Feb 2018
Libia
Fuente: 
Libya Herald

The High National Election Commission (HNEC) has extended the period for overseas voter registration until Monday 12 March. Overseas voter registration was due to end tomorrow.

HNEC said that in view of the moderate rate of overseas voter registration and due to requests by the Libyan diaspora for HNEC to extend the registration period as a result of their inability to register in time, it has pushed back the deadline to 12 March.

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