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Archive for July 18th, 2013

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17/07/2013 Mr Salah Bashir Merghany, the Libyan minister of justice, visited on Tuesday the Al-jawia Prison in the city of Misrata. During the visit, the minister was briefed about the final stages of construction at the prison in preparation for moving out all prisoners from other prisons in Misrata to be held at the new Al-jawia prison in accordance with  [ Read More ]

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TRIPOLI | Wed Jul 17, 2013 Three Libyan ethnic minorities announced on Wednesday they would boycott an election of a committee to draft a new constitution, the first blow to a democratic process supposed to decide what political system the country will adopt. Members of the Amazigh, Tibu and Tuareg communities denounced a law passed on Tuesday under which 60  [ Read More ]

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17/07/2013 Twenty-one months after the killing of the former Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi, and the overthrow of the former regime in the February 17 Revolution, on Tuesday, Libya’s General National Assembly, GNC, passed a law providing for the election of a committee to draft a new constitution. Lawmakers said that the 60 members of the constitutional committee, to be divided  [ Read More ]

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By Mohammed Najah Tripoli, 17 July 2013: Five Libyan athletes are competing in the ten-day International Paralympic Committee’s world athletic championships which open in France on Friday. The Libyan team, all field eventers, will be among 1,300 athletes from 100 countries arriving in Lyon to take part in the most important disabled competition after the Paralympics. The all-male Libyan contingent  [ Read More ]

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By Houda Mzioudet. Tripoli, 17 July, 2013: Austrian oil and gas company OMV has resumed production in Libya, after a 17-day break. OMV suspended operations on 25 June, citing the current political situation. Media relations officer at OMV, Robert Lechner, told the Libya Herald that the main affected fields were in the Murzuk Basin, in the south-west of the country.  [ Read More ]