By Ahmed Elumami
Tripoli, 9 July 2013:
Nine members of the new Political Isolation Law (PIL) Standards’ Commission took the oath in front . . .[restrict]of the General National Congress today.
The Supreme Judicial Council had in fact put forward eleven names, but two of those selected were unable to attend the swearing in because they were not in Tripoli. They may be sworn as early as tomorrow.
Each of those selected had first themselves to be cleared under the new PIL. Other criteria for the role included a degree in law or Sharia (Islamic) law, being over 35 years old and not being married to a non-Libyan.
The new commission has 11 members, as opposed to 13 for the old Integrity Commission. They are:
- Hilal Ezzdin Al-Senussi (Chairman)
- Imhamed Issa Sayjook
- Omar Mustafa Habasi
- Ali Badi Hassan
- Al-Taher Hassan Asmio
- Ahmed Mohamed Abas
- Abdulhadi Ramadan Abu Shehaiwa
- Ashour Zayd Salem Mansouri
- Mousa Yakhlaf Karakr
The two members who have yet to be sworn are:
- Tarek Mahdi Mahjoub
- Rasheed Abdulsalam Qwaider