Libya postpones its first democratic elections in which Libyans will vote for a National Constituent Assembly, whose task will be to draw up the new Libyan constitution.
This constitution will then be put to a referendum and if approved, the general elections will be held within the following six months.
The reason for the election, which was due on 19 June, to be adjourned has to do with the government's decision to allow disqualified candidates the time to appeal. With 4,000 candidates for a 200-member National Constituent Assembly, the authorities in charge will simply need more time to handle the appeal process.
The first Libyan elections after the overthrow of its former ruler, Colonel Muammar Ghadaffi, is held by Libya’s interim government, known as the National Transitional Council.
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