Sat. Jul 20th, 2024

The Libyan city of Misrata is preparing to host an expanded meeting that includes members of the Libyan House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of State during the next few days.

This meeting aims to agree on election laws and the outcomes of the “6+6” committee to hold the presidential and legislative elections.

It is expected that the meeting will also include activating the outcomes of the Bouznika Moroccan meetings by appointing holders of sovereign positions.

In this context, the UN mission to Libya confirms its keenness to participate in the upcoming meeting between the two councils to bring views closer on controversial issues, especially the election laws issued by the “6+6” committee, which were rejected by some Libyan political and military forces.

On the other hand, the French Ambassador to Libya, Mustafa Maharaj, discussed with the Libyan National Security Advisor, Ibrahim Bouchnaf, developments in the political process and the security situation in Libya and the country’s southern neighboring countries, and stressed the importance of Libya restoring its stability and relaunching the political process.

Within the framework of supporting the democratic process, the High National Elections Commission has set a date to begin implementing municipal council elections on June 9, indicating its readiness to support the democratic process in the country and empower the local community.

Regarding national reconciliation efforts, Libyan Presidential Council representative Abdullah Al-Lafi discussed with the United Nations Resident Coordinator for Humanitarian Affairs, Georgette Gagnon, ways of continuing the UN mission’s support for the efforts of the Presidential Council on the path of reconciliation and achieving transitional justice in Libya.

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