Agila Saleh Essa

Type
Person

Name
Agila Saleh Essa

Nationality
Libya

Birth date

Country
Libya

First name
Ageela · Aqilah · Agila · Aguila

ID Number
D001001

Last name
Issa · Gwaider · Saleh · Saleh Issa Gwaider · Essa · Quydir

Middle name
Salih · Saleh · Issa · Salah

Other name
Agila Issa Gwaider · SALEH, Aqilah · Agila Saleh Issa Gwaider · Ageela Issa Gwaider · Aguila Saleh Issa · ISSA, Aguila Saleh · GWAIDER, Agila Saleh Issa · ESSA, Agila Saleh · Aqilah Salih Quydir · QUYDIR, Aqilah Salih · Aqilah Saleh · GWAIDER, Ageela Salah Issa

Passport number
D001001

Place of birth
Elgubba · Elgubba, Libya

Position
President and Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives

Source link
sanctionssearch.ofac.treas.gov

Topics
Sanctioned entity

On 17 Dec 2015 Saleh stated his opposition to the Libya Political Agreement signed on 17 Dec 2015.

As the President of the Council of Deputies, Saleh has obstructed and undermined the Libyan political transition, including by refusing several times to call a vote on the Government of National Accord ("GNA").

Agila Saleh has been the President of the Libyan House of Representatives since 5 Aug 2014.

On 23 Aug 2016, Saleh addressed a letter to the Secretary-General of the United Nations, in which he criticised the United Nations' support to the GNA which he described as the imposition "of a group of individuals on the Libyan people (…) in breach of the Constitution and the United Nations Charter". He criticised the adoption of United Nations Security Council Resolution 2259(2015) which endorsed the Skhirat Agreement, and he threatened to bring the United Nations, which he holds responsible for "unconditional and unjustified" support to an incomplete Presidency Council, as well as the UN Secretary-General, before the International Criminal Court for violating the UN Charter, the Libyan Constitution and the sovereignty of Libya. Those statements undermine the support for mediation by the UN and the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), as expressed by all relevant UN Security Council Resolutions, notably Resolution 2259(2015).

On 6 Sep 2016, Saleh paid an official visit to Niger with Abdullah al-Thani, "Prime Minister" of the non-recognised government of Tobruk, even though Resolution 2259(2015) calls for the ceasing of support to and official contact with parallel institutions which claim to represent the legitimate authority but are not parties to the Agreement.

Addresses

Address
Full addressLibya
Citynot available
Street addressnot available
CountryLibya

Identifications

Passport
Passport numberD001001
CountryLibya
Typepassport
Start date
End datenot available

Sanctions

Sanction
AuthorityOffice of Foreign Assets Control (OFAC)
ProgramSDN List · Block · Program
Start date
End datenot available
CountryUnited States
ReasonExecutive Order 13726 (Libya)
Source linkwww.treasury.gov
SummaryLIBYA3
Sanction
AuthorityState Secretariat for Economic Affairs (SECO)
ProgramOrdinance of 30 March 2011 on measures against Libya (SR 946.231.149.82), annexes 2, 3, 4 and 5
Start datenot available
End datenot available
CountrySwitzerland
Modified on
Source linkwww.seco.admin.ch
Sanction
AuthoritySpecially Designated Nationals (SDN) - Treasury Department
ProgramLIBYA3
Start datenot available
End datenot available
CountryUnited States
Source linkhome.treasury.gov

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United States · 9,034 targets

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Switzerland · 3,475 targets

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United States · 12,762 targets

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