Libya’s HCS puts off constitutional amendment deliberations to Thursday

The High Council of State (HCS) canceled Tuesday’s session, which was supposed to discuss the constitutional amendment referred by the House of Representatives (HoR), and said it would be held next Thursday.

The media office of the HCS said the cancellation of the session was due to the provisions of the HCS’s internal system regarding the work of sessions, which indicated that the suspension of the session be limited to one time.

The next session will discuss the road map in addition to the 13th constitutional amendment, how the legislative and executive institutions work until the elections are held, and the ongoing deliberations at the HoR.

The member of the HCS, Nayima Al-Hami, told Libya Al-Ahrar TV that the session was suspended on Monday so that it would be resumed on Tuesday – which also got suspended till Thursday, adding that it was agreed to form a committee to consider the amendments and include them in the 13th constitutional amendment and put them to the vote in the session.


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