Libyan Eman El-Kosher is seeking, on a list of 21 candidates, to become the first woman to hold the premiership in her country.
El-Kosher is described as a Libyan businesswoman, and as an independent candidate from outside the political center, trying to compete with prominent figures for the position of prime minister of the new government expected to be elected at the Political Dialogue Forum in Geneva on February 5.
Media outlets reported that the only Libyan candidate for the post of prime minister was confident in her experience and ability to compete for this high position.
Iman Omran Al-Koshar’s biography states that she studied political science at the University of Jordan, trained in the Jordanian parliament, and also studied at the Jordanian Diplomatic Institute, and obtained a diploma in diplomacy and conflict resolution.
Al-Kosher had stated that she had run for the presidency of the Libyan government with the aim of representing women and youth, being the youngest on the list.
The only Libyan candidate for prime minister announced that her priorities, if elected to this position, would be to unify the Libyans and include all the conflicting parties, in addition to holding a referendum on the constitution and supporting youth and minorities such as Berbers and Tebu.
Source: +24 hours Constitution