- Set for July 7
- These are the country’s first national elections in more than four decades
- Candidates will have 18 days to campaign. Their campaigns must end two days before the election, on July 5th.
- 2,501 independents and 1,206 political association candidates are eligible to stand.
- Eighty of the 200 parliamentary seats will go to political parties, and the rest to independent candidates.
- The new parliament will be tasked with overseeing the government, drafting a new constitution and scheduling a new round of elections in two years' time.
- Libyans began registering in May for the election and approximately 2.7 million people, or 80 per cent of those eligible to vote, have enrolled.
- Once the newly elected assembly holds its first session, the NTC will step down.
- Candidates must disclose how their campaign was financed.