Libya: Interim Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dabiba presidential candidate

#other countries : Interim Libyan Prime Minister Abdelhamid Dabiba on Sunday presented his candidacy for the presidential election in late December, which is believed to end the chaos in which Libya has fallen since the fall of Muammar Gaddafi ten years ago. .

According to images broadcast live by national television, Dabibah signed the documents and took photographs of his file submitted to the High Election Commission (HNEC) headquarters in Tripoli on Sunday on the eve of the candidates’ elimination.

Abdelhamid Dabibah, 62, a wealthy businessman from Misrata (West), but new to politics, was appointed in February by a forum of 75 Libyan delegates under the auspices of the United Nations to lead the transition until the holding of legislative and presidential elections Can you

In recent weeks Dabibah has stopped doubting his candidacy.

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Things became more clear when he on Thursday filed a declaration of his assets, which is a necessary condition for any candidate.

Scheduled for December 24, the presidential election – the first of Libya’s head of state by universal suffrage – is the culmination of a painstaking political process sponsored by the United Nations. More than 2.83 million Libyans have registered to vote, out of an estimated 7 million people.

For the international community, holding elections – legislative elections a month after the presidential election – is essential to pacify the country, which has the most abundant oil reserves in Africa.

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