Libya is to put deposed dictator Muammar Gaddafi's son on trial, defying the International Criminal Court.
Ahmed al-Jehani, Libya's representative to the Hague court, said the trial of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi will begin next month.
One possible venue is Zintan, a town in the western mountains, where he is being held.
Since Saif al-Islam Gaddafi was captured last year, Libya and the International Criminal Court (ICC) have been arguing over who would try him.
He was considered his father's political heir.
The ICC issued an arrest warrant and demanded to try him on war crimes.
A Zintan militia has been holding Gaddafi. Local spokesman Khaled al-Zintani said today that a Libyan government delegation inspected the town before a decision will be made on whether to try him there.