Libyas supreme election committee was attacked by Islamic state

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 Libyas supreme election committee was attacked by Islamic state


The supreme Electoral Commission of Libya said that the dead included at least 4 resident security personnel and 5 election committee staff. Mohamed Khalil, vice president of the war Hospital of the Ministry of health in Libya, said the number of casualties caused by the attack may also rise. Abdel Hakim Belkal, vice president of the Libya supreme Electoral Commission, told Xinhua that the attack on the garrison was seriously damaged by the explosion. An official in the Ministry of internal affairs of the Libya national unity government, who did not want to be named, told Xinhua news agency that a group of Islamic militants rushed to the supreme election committee that morning and fired at the security guards at the door. After the reinforcements of security personnel surrounded the gang, two militants exploded explosives. The Libya security force has now controlled the supreme electoral commission. In September 2017, the United Nations Secretary Generals special representative for Libya, Ghassan Salam, proposed a plan of action for the resolution of the Libya issue and planned to hold presidential and parliamentary elections by the end of this year. So far, voter registration has been completed in Libya. According to statistics from the supreme Electoral Commission, more than half of the eligible voters have registered in Libyas presidential and parliamentary elections. Source: Xinhua editor: Lee Ying Ying _NBJS5961 An official in the Ministry of internal affairs of the Libya national unity government, who did not want to be named, told Xinhua news agency that a group of Islamic militants rushed to the supreme election committee that morning and fired at the security guards at the door. After the reinforcements of security personnel surrounded the gang, two militants exploded explosives. In September 2017, the United Nations Secretary Generals special representative for Libya, Ghassan Salam, proposed a plan of action for the resolution of the Libya issue and planned to hold presidential and parliamentary elections by the end of this year. So far, voter registration has been completed in Libya. According to statistics from the supreme Electoral Commission, more than half of the eligible voters have registered in Libyas presidential and parliamentary elections.