By Libya Herald reporter.
Tripoli, 8 August 2015:
The . . .[restrict]organisation set up to run elections to the Amazigh Supreme Council, Tasmilt n Istayn, has announced that voter and candidate registration will start tomorrow, Sunday, and last for a week.
Registration will take place in Zuwara, Nalut, Garigan, Kabaw, Yefren, Al-Qala, Rahibat, Wazin, Tamzin, and Jadu.
The elections to the 26-member council will take place on Sunday, 30 August, with polling stations open from 8am to 8pm.
There will be three members from each town, apart from Tamzin and Garigan which will have one each on account of their population being is small and not everyone speaking Tamazight, the language of the Amazigh.
The ASC, which has been supportive of Libya Dawn and the continuing General National Congress, led a boycott in several Amazigh towns of the elections to the Constitutional Drafting Assembly (CDA) and then the House of Representatives on the basis that there should have been more than two seats allocated to the community in the CDA.