Libyan parliament speaker ratifies presidential election law

September 13, 2021 by archyde

The president of the Libyan Parliament, Aguila Saleh, ratified the law relating to the next election of the Libyan head of state, an approach contested by other political institutions and several deputies who accuse him of not having submitted the text to the vote parliamentary. Abdallah Bliheq, spokesman for the elected Libyan Parliament, posted Thursday on Facebook, without any comment, a text of 75 articles signed by Mr. Saleh the day before, supposed to govern the candidacy and the election of the future president on December 24. This will be the very first direct ballot. The protesters accuse Mr. Saleh of having wanted to favor General Khalifa Haftar, de facto head of an army which controls the eastern province and part of the south, more and more expected as a presidential candidate. A controversial article indeed stipulates that a soldier can run for president, on condition “to suspend himself from his functions three months before the poll”, and that, “if he is not elected, he can find his way back. post and receive their salary arrears ”.

The president of the Libyan Parliament, Aguila Saleh, ratified the law relating to the next election of the Libyan head of state, an approach contested by other political institutions and several deputies who accuse him of not having submitted the text to the vote parliamentary. Abdallah Bliheq, spokesperson for the elected Libyan Parliament, posted on Facebook on Thursday, without any …

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