9 Libyan human right organizations call on UN to exclude LPDF members attempted to buy votes

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

Nine Libyan human rights organizations called on the Public Prosecutor to open an urgent criminal investigation regarding the provision of financial bribes to participants in the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) held in Tunisia, to take legal action in the incident and inform the public opinion of the results of the investigation and the procedures followed.

The organizations said, in a complaint addressed to the Attorney General, that they were awaiting the disclosure of the results of the administrative investigation that the UN mission is conducting about it, which was announced by the representative of the Secretary-General at the press conference she held following the first round of the political dialogue.

The organizations indicated that they were awaiting a resolution to exclude the members of the dialogue who are proven involved in the attempts to buy votes and corrupt the integrity of the political dialogue and its results from the next rounds of the dialogue, and to deny the candidates involved from running for any position in the next government and the presidential council.


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