The witness did not detail the cause of the row outside parliament, which is located in the eastern city of Tobruk.
The text of the bill will be presented to lawmakers after the end of the parliamentary recess in October, he said.
People invited on social media to support brands such as Turkish Airlines
Libya represents a major transit point for African migrants seeking access to Europe
Moulana Ihsaan Hendricks died on Friday at age of 54
Best way to empower young women and promote gender equality is through education, says President Ramaphosa
Machar spokesman rejects offer as 'meaningless'
34 people have died from latest outbreak of Ebola in North Kivu province
Tendai Biti was arrested at border between Zimbabwe and Zambia, sought for allegedly inciting violence, says his lawyer
The announcement came just hours before the deadline for lodging applications for the December 23 election -- a vote that analysts say is crucial for the country's future.
A church-backed group called the Lay Coordination Committee (CLC) and a pro-democracy group, Lucha, have called for protests across the country if Kabila says he will go for a third mandate.
Habib Essid served as prime minister in 2015/16 before being replaced by Yusuf al-Shahid
Probe launched into deadly attack by security agencies, says spokesman for Mogadishu municipality
Presidential aide on diaspora says some migrants refuse to come back and insist they must get to Europe
Jawar is the latest opponent of the ruling Ethiopian People's Revolutionary Democratic Front (EPRDF) to come home since Prime Minister Abiy Ahmed took office in April and announced sweeping reforms.
Ethiopian officials welcome passengers at airport
Security operations followed directive to end attacks in area, where nearly 400 people reportedly killed this year alone
Foreign Ministry appears to backtrack from position taken by Premier Ahmed on UAE trying to teach Islam to Ethiopia
6 dead in clashes between protesters, military
Katumbi, 53, who has been living in self-imposed exile in Belgium since May 2016, had planned to fly from Johannesburg to his former stronghold of Lubumbashi in a bid to stand in long-delayed December elections in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Leader of opposition calls election result 'fiction' as situation remains tense in capital