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Chairman of Libya's High Council of State urges voters not to participate in elections
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The Xinhua reported that Khaled al-Meshri, chairman of Libya's High Council of State, on Tuesday urged voters not to participate in the upcoming elections.

It said that Al-Meshri made his remarks during a meeting with the council's members, parliamentary representatives, and several ambassadors to Libya.

It mentioned, Al-Meshri called on Libyans not to participate in the elections and peacefully demonstrate against the elections before the headquarters of the UN Support Mission in Libya and the election commission.

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He voiced his rejection of the election laws issued by the House of Representatives, describing them as "shameful."

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More than 2.8 million Libyan voters are expected to cast their votes to choose a president in the Dec. 24 elections, as part of a roadmap adopted by the UN-sponsored Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.

The Libyan parliamentary elections, originally planned to be held on the same day as the presidential poll, have been postponed to January 2022.

Source: xinhua