Saif Al-Islam Qaddafi Submits Proposal to Solve Libyan Political Impasse

Presidential candidate Saif al-Islam Gaddafi announced yesterday, via his lawyer, what he regarded as the last ditch initiative to solve the impasse in Libya and avoid bloodshed. He called for either having an inclusive electoral law or that all political figures withdraw their candidacy and hold immediate Presidential and Parliamentary elections. The statement signed by…

Libya: LPNM Statement on the Current Mass Uprising

The Libyan popular national movement is following with great interest the popular movement that our country is witnessing these days, recalling the lack of interest of the leaders of the scene- the main reason that has called people to take to the streets and squares since Friday to express their daily suffering and the poor…

LPNM: The Legal Term of the Executive and Legislative Authorities in Libya Has Expired

Libyan Position Nasser Saeed, spokesperson for the Libyan People’s National Movement The official spokesman for the Libyan National People’s Movement, Nasser Saeed, said that the executive and legislative authorities in Libya are expired, noting that all measures taken by them now are illegal, especially the elected parliament, which is no longer qualified to perform the…

LPNM: The Greatest Danger Libyans Face after Foreign Intervention is Armed Militias

Spokesman for the Libyan People’s National Movement, Nasser Saeed The spokesperson for the Libyan People’s National Movement, Nasser Saeed, confirmed that the dangerous enemy to the Libyans and to the state of security and stability in Libya after foreign intervention are the armed militias (criminal – regional – ideological). Saeed said, in a post on…

The Fall of the Dream of Elections in Libya

Dr. Mustafa Al-Zaidi Many, including myself, did not believe that the international community managing the Libyan crisis was serious about establishing a Libyan national authority with popular legitimacy, so they looked with suspicion at the announcement of general elections on the twenty-fourth of December, especially since the so-called Dialogue Committee, appointed by the UN mission…

Libyan Popular National Movement: Statement on Developments in the Electoral Process

The Libyan National Movement Party followed the course of the electoral process in all its scheduled stages, marred by unjustified confusion and deliberate delay, as everyone groaned under the weight of direct and indirect interference from internal and external parties, represented by the illegal presence of foreign ambassadors who through media and frequent visits to…

Libya: A Decade Later

Mauricio MontesBoys walk through Benghazi Old Town in Libya. | OCHA/Giles Clarke On March 26, a commission of European foreign ministers traveled to Libya to support the establishment of “a new government” in that country. This would be an initiative made by the European Union to try to repair the “great mistake” of the invasion…

Libya: 10 Years of Nakba, Three Governments, No Progress

Militia fire rockets into an affluent district of Tripoli, 2014. Today, the Libyan people remember a vicious Crusader conspiracy, which, with the help of traitors, managed to overthrow the Libyan state, under which citizens lived in prosperity, freedom, social justice and human dignity. During the 42 years of Colonel Muammar Gaddafi’s rule, Libya knew nothing…

Let Us Never Forget Why Muammar Gaddafi was Assassinated

Editorial Comment: The following article was first published on March 22,2019. A.V. Peter Koenig and Russia-TV24 Gaddafi was certainly not killed for humanitarian reasons. He wanted to empower Africa. He had a plan to create a new African Union, based on a new African economic system. He wanted to introduce the Gold Dinar to back…