By Libya Herald staff.
Tunis, 30 April 2015:
The International Foundation for Electoral System (IFES) . . .[restrict]has run a three-day roundtable in Tunis involving the Libyan High National Election Commission and representatives of the Libyan judiciary .
The event, supported by international experts on the resolution of electoral disputes is designed to help Libyan stakeholders handle disagreements arising from forthcoming elections.
The roundtable, by analysing past electoral controversies and electoral regulations will underline best practice and international standards in advance of the establishment of a permanent mechanism to resolve disputes.
The IFES said that it hoped that the meeting would lead to a concrete plan for the resolution of disputes ahead of Libya’s next elections. It added that the Tunis meeting, which had been funded by USAID, would be followed by further sessions including training for the judiciary.