Lawyers for Justice in Libya (LFJL) and REDRESS have prepared a detailed legal commentary on the first set of constitutional recommendations published by Libya’s Constitutional Drafting Assembly in December 2014. While we welcome the positive steps taken by the constitutional drafting body to address some of the key limitations to the country’s legal protections, these provisions are not sufficiently comprehensive given Libya’s historical use of torture, its continued prevalence today, and the degree of impunity with which it is carried out. In light of this, we make several recommendations to the propose provisions.