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Part III: Executive Authorities: Control of the Security Sector

Decree No. (477) of 2013 on establishing the National Dialogue Preparatory Commission


Decree No. (477) of 2013 AD

on establishing the National Dialogue Preparatory Commission

The Cabinet,

Upon review of:

  • The Constitutional Declaration and amendments thereto;
  • Law No. (17) of 2012 AD on establishing the rules on national reconciliation and transitional justice;
  • General National Congress Decree No. (10) of 2012 AD on granting confidence in the interim government;
  • Cabinet Decree No. (345) of 2013 AD on authorising the prime minister to perform his competencies;

has decreed:

Article (1)

An independent panel called the National Dialogue Preparatory Commission shall be established.

Article (2)

The Commission shall consist of the following:

Mr. Fadil Mohammed Al-Amin, Chairman

Mr. Faez Mustapha Serag, Member

Mr. Saleh Younes Al-Ghazal, Member

Mr. Fathi Othman Tirbel, Member

Ms. Hanaa Al-Sadiq Al-Qallaq, Member

Mr. Ali Hamouda Hassan, Member

Mr. Ibrahim Shaaban Omar Hammad, Member

Mr. Salah El-Din Abdullah Al-Sharif

Ms. Salwa Saad Buqaiqis, Member

Mr. Al-Hadi Ali Abu Hamra, Member

Mr. Ali Mohammed Al-Furtieh, Member

Ms. Najlaa Abdel-Mawla Dughman, Member

Mr. Ibrahim Al-Taher Al-Qarmanli, Member

Ms. Najwa Ali Al-Fituri, Member

Mr. Wael Hamad Al-Sennusi, Member

Article (3)

The Commission shall undertake the following:

  1. Work to achieve the fundamental framework for dialogue leading to national accord in accordance with basic parameters and visions and a strategy for establishing the general framework for such.
  2. Undertake the necessary procedures to conduct ongoing strategic dialogues on national issues related to security, political, social, economic, and service areas for the coming stages.
  3. Work to include all parties, constituencies, and national elements in the dialogue, without discrimination.
  4. Proper preparation for the dialogue so that it is based on plans, advice, and cooperation for holding the dialogue.
  5. Connect with related institutions that can provide the technical support necessary for the dialogue.

Article (4)

The Commission shall have an administrative secretariat performing the administrative and technical procedures necessary for the Commission’s performance.

Article (5)

The Cabinet office shall work to provide the financial capabilities necessary, including providing the basic necessities and premises required for the nature of the Commission’s work.

Article (6)

This Decree shall enter into force on the date of its issue and shall be implemented by the concerned bodies. This Decree shall be published in the Official Gazette.

The Cabinet – Libya

Issued on 3 Shawwal 1434 AH

Corresponding to: 25 August 2013 AD

Text Type:Decree
Text number:477
Text date:2013-08-25

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