Libya’s parliament postpones Monday session

The Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) postponed its Monday session for discussing parliamentary laws to allow the committee of devising the law to propose a structured legislation for deliberation next week, spokesman Abdullah Blehiq said.

The HoR allocated Monday session for voting on the passing of a parliamentary elections law for the December 24 elections, to be added to the presidential elections law that it had passed unilaterally earlier in September.

It’s worth mentioning that the Speaker of the HoR, Aqila Saleh, had formed a 13-member committee to propose a law to the members for voting, and warned that if the HoR couldn’t pass a law for parliamentary elections, it would fall back upon the HoR’s 2014 law and use it as a constitutional basis for December elections.


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