By Libya Herald reporter.
Malta, 18 February 2016:
Four members of the House of Representatives have been able to take time off while . . .[restrict]waiting to consider the final list of government ministers from the Presidency Council to join the pan-Mediterranean parliamentary association for its annual gathering, this year in the Albanian capital of Tirana.
The crises in Libya and Syria are major items on the agenda.
The Malta-based 27-member Parliamentary Assembly of the Mediterranean which acts as a forum to discuss common political, economic, social and cultural issues, draws together almost all Mediterranean states (except Spain) and some which are not, such as Mauritania, Romania, Jordan and Macedonia.
The conference finishes tomorrow, Friday, which should allow the four Libyan delegates –Second Deputy President Ahmaid Huma, Sabah Al-Juma Mohamed, Abulkhair Bilkhair and HoR chief of staff Abdullah Al-Masri – sufficient time to return to Tobruk for Saturday’s planned session on the new government. [/restrict]