December 1, 2021


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Suspended Foreign Minister

A spokesman for the Presidential Council told several media outlets that Libyan Foreign Minister Najla al-Mangush had been suspended from his duties on Saturday and had been placed under a travel ban. President launches inquiry “For administrative violationsSpokeswoman Najla Weheba told reporters in Panorama, Libya on Saturday.

According to L-Marsad, an online media outlet close to General Hubbard, the strongest man in eastern Libya, he would have made foreign policy decisions without consulting the Presidential Council (PC). Taken by the media, according to an order signed by the Presidential Council, “The Commission of Inquiry was set up under the chairmanship of PC Abdullah Alafi.

He must submit his report within 14 days. The suspension and travel ban against Najla al-Mongosh was announced just days before the International Conference on Libya in Paris.

Decisive ballots

The conference, scheduled for November 12, is set for a presidential election on December 24, followed by assembly elections a month later. The polls are expected to end a decade of chaos in the country following the fall of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011. Nominations for the presidency will begin today, Sunday.

After years of armed conflict and regional divisions between the East and the West, a new interim government was appointed earlier this year under the auspices of the UN to lead the transition between now and the elections. For the international community, holding these decisive referendums is a priority, but they are surrounded by uncertainties, strong internal disagreements, especially between the eastern and western regions.

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