The Constitutional Circuit Court of the Supreme Court ruled that the House of Representatives' (HoR) law, issued in December 2022, that established a new 13-member constitutional court in Benghazi - aimed to replace the circuit court in Tripoli - was unconstitutional.

This ruling is considered the first appeal after the circuit returned to work to consider the appeals submitted to it.

Last August, the General Assembly of the Supreme Court announced the reactivation of the Constitutional Circuit Court, which stopped working in May 2016.

The HoR suspended the activation of the law establishing a constitutional court in Benghazi after Speaker Aqila Saleh and Head of the High Council of State Khalid Al-Mishri agreed not to issue it because it contradicted constitutional basis outcomes.