Libya held rare municipal elections in nine communities, although turnout in the country's first voting for five years reached only about 38 percent.
Al Tagammu asserted that it will not join any alliance that includes Al Nour Salafi Party.
Cuban opposition leaders said they failed to get anyone nominated as a candidate for municipal elections, falling at the first hurdle.
Tunisia has indefinitely postponed its first municipal elections since a 2011 uprising, the electoral commission said Monday.
The Islamic Action Front, the political arm of the Muslim Brotherhood in Jordan, announced taking part in the local elections after a decade of boycott.