In a written statement from the Facebook account of the Libyan High Election Commission, “The total number of candidates for parliamentary elections in all constituencies was 2,241.” statements were included.
The High Election Commission announced the list of 73 candidates, including Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the illegitimate armed militias in the east of the country, for the presidential elections planned to be held on December 24 in Libya.
The commission rejected the applications of 25 candidates, including the son of deposed leader Muammar Gaddafi, Seyfulislam, for reasons such as “dual citizenship” and “final judicial decision”.
Libyans hope the elections will contribute to ending the armed conflict in their oil-rich country.
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