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Libya's top court to rule on new government's legality

New Libyan Prime Minister Ahmed Miitig sits at his office on June 4, 2014 in TripoliLibya’s supreme court is to issue a ruling next week on the legality of Ahmed Miitig’s controversial election last month as interim prime minister, a court official said Thursday. Outgoing premier Abdullah al-Thani announced last week that he would ask for a court ruling on the election before handing over power. Jurist Mohamed Salem Dhraa told AFP the verdict would then be communicated to the administrative court in charge of the issue, which would also give its final ruling on Monday.

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