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Archive for October 30th, 2012

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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 ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Libyan lawmakers will today discuss the Cabinet nominees to be presented by Prime Minister-elect Ali Zaidan, whose predecessor twice failed to win parliament’s backing for his proposed government. The meeting, announced by parliament spokesman Omar Hamaidan in remarks carried on the Libya News Agency, comes as authorities struggle to contain unrest and violence a year after  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Eni SpA (ENI)’s third-quarter profit beat analyst estimates as gains from recovering Libyan output after its civil war countered 909 million euros ($1.2 billion) in charges Italy’s largest oil company posted mainly from gas. Adjusted net income increased to 1.82 billion euros from 1.80 billion euros a year earlier, the Rome-based company said today in a statement. The figure beat the  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Libya’s new prime minister on Tuesday put forward a Cabinet for parliamentary approval he said represents the breadth of the country’s political spectrum and includes members of the main liberal and Islamist parties. Ali Zidan told the National General Congress in a morning session that he tried to strike a geographic balance between different regions and  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Iran is seeking to improve its relations with Libya. Iranian First Vice-President, Mohammad Reza Rahimi, said yesterday, Monday, that Tehran would like to take part in Libya’s reconstruction. According to the Iranian news agency IRNA, Rahimi sent a letter to the Libyan Prime Minister-elect, Ali Zidan, congratulating him on his appointment and expressing Iran’s willingness to  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Prime Minister-elect Ali Zidan has submitted his government to the General National Congress for approval. There are 32 members of the proposed government, not including Zidan, and Congress will vote on the names shortly. Speaking during a break in session a short while ago, Congressmen seemed broadly satisfied with the names, although admitting that some on the list  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Libya’s new prime minister on Tuesday put forward a Cabinet for parliamentary approval he said represents the breadth of the country’s political spectrum and includes members of the main liberal and Islamist parties. Ali Zidan told the National General Congress in a morning session that he tried to strike a geographic balance between different regions and  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 Libyan Prime Minister Ali Zeidan presented his government line-up to the national congress for approval on Tuesday, saying he had formed a “coalition government” which included representatives from the country’s two major political parties. In a televised session of congress, Zeidan said he had nominated Ali Aujali, Libya’s ambassador to the United States, to be foreign  [ Read More ]

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Tuesday 30th October 2012 In a series of extraordinary portraits from the new Libya, the photojournalist Louis Quail sets out to provide some answers to questions like was the Libyan revolution really worth it or will Libya become a second iraq. Reviewing his work for The Guardian newspaper, Luke Harding points out that Quail’s starting point was Libyans themselves – the taxi-driver  [ Read More ]