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Archive for October, 2012

Posted by On Oct - 31 - 2012 0 Comment

Wednesday 31st October 2012 Following yesterday’s disruption of its deliberations on the proposed government of Ali Zeidan by a small group of protesters, the National Congress has decided to vote on the government at a special session to commence at 5pm this afternoon, Wednesday. On Tuesday, a mixture of revolutionaries and civilians stormed the Congress, forcing a cancellation of the  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 31st October 2012 All things being well, Prime Minister-elect Ali Zeidan will form a new government today, ending several months of political hiatus in Libya. Getting the economy moving will certainly be high on the government’s list of priorities. To that end, amongst the first orders of business should be the urgent reappraisal of a piece of legislation passed  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 31st October 2012 Protesters stormed Libya’s General National Congress on Tuesday, just as representatives were moving to vote on a government after months of political stalemate. The protesters said they objected to several nominees in Prime Minister Ali Zidan’s proposed 27-member cabinet, including the minister of Islamic affairs, who they said was a secularist. Amid the disruption, congressional leader  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 31st October 2012 The National Awareness Movement (NAM) has organised a four-day film festival at Tripoli’s Radisson Blu hotel, starting on 1 November. The festival is centred on the concept of human rights and the films to be displayed illustrate the hardships endured when human rights violations occur. The event itself is an awareness and educational campaign on human  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 31st October 2012 Protesters stormed Libya’s national assembly derailing a vote on a cabinet line-up in a new blow to efforts to form a government after a landmark July election. As he adjourned the session amid chaotic scenes, after Prime Minister Ali Zidan had put before the assembly a 30-member list that includes liberals and Islamists, General National Assembly  [ Read More ]

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October 2012 The GNC had to postpone its discussion of the Zeidan government this afternoon after it was stormed by demonstrating thuwar (militia). The Tripoli thuwar stormed the GNC and disrupted the proceedings of the afternoon session complaining that their area was underrepresented in the new Zeidan government. GNC head Mohamed Magarief complained about the actions of the Tripoli thuwar  [ Read More ]

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Wednesday 31st October 2012 Dozens of protesters, both civilians and former rebel fighters, shut down parliament ahead of latest cabinet vote. Protesters have stormed Libya’s national assembly, forcing the cancellation of a vote on a proposed coalition government named by the country’s new prime minister just hours earlier. Fewer than 100 people, made up of civilians and former rebel fighters, charged into the meeting  [ Read More ]

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October 2012 Libya’s outgoing defence minister admitted that the country’s official army had little role in the ongoing military stranglehold on the city of Bani Walid, a perceived bastion of support for the deposed regime of Col Muammer Gaddafi. Osama al-Juweli described a continuing siege on the city despite the declared end of combat operations. He alleged in comments on  [ Read More ]

Posted by On Oct - 30 - 2012 0 Comment

Conditions of Participation in Libya Award: –          The participate must be memorize the holy book of God and be perfectly aware of the provisions of intonation. –          The participant shall not be one of the most famous readers in the Islamic world. –          He shall not be one of those participated in the previous sessions of the award. –          Age of the  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Libyan Prime Minister Dr Ali Zidan presented his government line-up to the General National Congress for approval on Tuesday, saying he had formed a “coalition government” that included representatives from the country’s two major political parties, but surprsingly only two woman. Announcing his cabinet line-up to the congress in a televised session, Dr Zidan revealed that  [ Read More ]