World Libya: the son of the former dictator Mouammar Gaddafi evokes a presidential candidate
Larry Elder says California law disqualifying him from recall ballot was designed to get Trump's tax returns
Conservative talk radio host Larry Elder says the California law used to disqualify him from being on the ballot for the recall election against Gov. Gavin Newsom was originally passed by state lawmakers to force President Donald Trump to turn over his tax returns if he wanted to qualify for the 2020 presidential ballot. Elder, one of the most recognized Republicans in the recall, announced his candidacy on July 12 to oust Newsom. But his campaign office was informed late Sunday night that Elder did not qualify for the ballot for the Sept. 14 election.
Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, wants "restoring the lost unit" of Libya after a decade of ChaosPolitics - Seif al-Islam Gaddafi, son of Muammar Gaddafi, wants to "restore the lost unit" of the Libya after a decade of Chaos
Another Khadafi to lead Libya?, wants "restoring the lost unit" of after a decade of chaos and evokes a presidential candidacy, in a rare interview granted At the .
Libyan politicians have "brought misery. The time is back in the past. The country is kneeling (...), there is no money, no security. There is no life here, "said Seif al-Islam, 49, reappeared for the first time in years.
Around 500 Migrants Intercepted off Libyan Coast in 1 Day, Returned to Tripoli
According to an International Organization for Migration spokeswoman, the migrants returned to Libya included nine children and 43 children.The migrants included nine children and 43 women, and were taken back to the Mabani detention center in Tripoli, according to Safa Msehli, a spokeswoman for the International Organization for Migration (IOM).
UNTIL The Libyan Uprising Began in 2011, Seif Was Widely Seen In The West As Libya's Best Hope for Reform. He Had Studied in London and Spoke of Democracy and Human Rights. Goal When The Revolution Came, He joined The Qaddafi Regime's Brutal Crackdown.- The New York Times (@nytimes) A "free man" that organizes his return to politics
video: Algeria: The MSP will not be part of the next government (Euronews)
in 2011, after four decades of a powerless power, Muammar Gaddafi and his loved ones have fallen under a popular uprising , eliminated, imprisoned or forced by exile. Threewires were killed, but the fate of the fourth, Seif al-Islam, who has long been a successor to his father, has remained a mystery.
AOC campaigns in Ohio to aid Bernie Sanders protégé Nina Turner's US House bid
U.S. Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez hit the streets of Cleveland on Saturday in a show of support for Ohio congressional candidate Nina Turner. Turner, a former Ohio state senator and co-chair of U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders’ 2020 presidential campaign, has also received backing from other top liberal lawmakers in Washington as she strives to fill the 11th Congressional District seat that was vacated by former U.S. Rep. Marcia Fudge, who took a job with the Biden administration. The district's Republican and Democratic primaries will be held Aug. 3, with the general election set for Nov. 2, according to Ballotpedia.
captured in November 2011 by an armed group in Zenten, in northwestern Libya,A provisional government set up in March . The group holding it nevertheless refused to deliver it to the authorities or the International Criminal Court (ICC), who is looking for "crimes against humanity", but released it in 2017. Seif al-Islam says today today That he is now a "free man" and he organizes a political return, without specifically indicating how, he said to the New York Times.
after a decade of struggle for the background of foreign interference,has endowed in a provisional government in charge of unifying institutions by a Double legislative election and presidential planned in December.
A possible candidacy from Seif al-Islam would face a major problem: his condemnation by a Libyan court and the mandate of arrest of the ICC. He is "convinced that these legal issues could be negotiated if a majority of the Libyan people chose him as chief," writes the, who concludes: "Seif seems to believe that he alone can represent the state for all Libyans. "
Wisconsin 2020 Election Investigation Likely to Cost More Than $72K Allotted Amid Expansion .
Assembly Speaker Robin Vos said Friday he'd designated a former member of the Wisconsin Supreme Court as a "special counsel" who could contract more full-time investigators.Assembly Speaker Robin Vos hired two retired detectives and former Wisconsin Supreme Court Justice Michael Gableman to carry out the investigation in June. However, Vos said on Friday he'd designated Gableman as a "special counsel" who could contract more full-time investigators, the Associated Press reported.