Constitution Drafting Assembly starts sessions in Oman
The Constitution Drafting Assembly has started its sessions in Oman Friday even though some of the members have rejected the move and boycotted it.
The CDA started the first session in Oman with discussion of the chapter of women rights in the Work Committee.
Earlier, some of the CDA members expressed their rejection to the moving of the CdA’s sessions to Oman saying that it would be inappropriate to work from outside Libya.
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