UN Libya mission reports success in truce talks between warring sides

Lebanon LebanonLebanon’s parliament has voted to set a date of March 27 next year to hold a parliamentary election. They have decided the date ahead of their original schedule.

The vote on Tuesday came as MPs separately decided against adding six additional seats to represent the Lebanese diaspora, as well as having a quota for women among the 128 elected representatives.

Although, earlier was said that elections will held in May but Prime Minister Najib Mikati mentioned in September that most of the officials were considering holding the polls earlier to avoid campaigning during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. Mikati added that this time the elections would be transparent and sound at Lebanon’s makeshift parliament at the capital in Beirut. The place has been in focus since last year’s port blast that killed over 200 people and destroyed large swathes of the capital ant a ceasefire and relaunch the UN-led intra-Libyan political talks.”



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