Security Council: States should stop recognizing parallel institutions in Libya

The United Nations Security Council called on Wednesday, on UN member states to stop supporting or recognizing parallel institutions that “claim to be legitimate and outside the political agreement” signed in December 2015.

The Council expressed its concern about the humanitarian situation in Libya, particularly in the city of Derna, calling on all parties to exercise restraint, respect and protect civilians, and stressed the importance of allowing unimpeded humanitarian access to civilians.

The Council welcomed the preparations for the elections and the success of the first voter registration round, urging a new round, calling on Libyans to create a climate for the elections, unify the military and economic institutions and establish a unified national security force under civilian authority.

the President of the House of Representatives (HOR), Aqila Saleh announced last Saturday, his rejection of the Government of National Accord (GNA).

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