Inter-Libyan dialogue delegations call on the international community to support the electoral operation in the country

On Friday in Rabat, delegates from the Libyan House of Representatives and the High Council of State urged the international community to support the December 24 election, which will be held in accordance with consensual laws and on the basis of the results. Of the political dialogue between Libyans.

The two parties encouraged the world community to send international observers to ensure that the outcomes of these deadlines are honored in a joint communiqué released at the conclusion of their consultative meeting on the electoral law. To make certain that everything goes as planned.

The Rabat consultative meeting, which aimed to agree on the organization of presidential and legislative elections on December 24, 2021, took place under “conditions of friendship and fraternity, as well as in a climate of consensus and compromise between partners from the same country,” according to a press release read by Al Hadi Seghir, a representative of the House of Representatives.

This meeting reflects the importance of the next electoral operation and the need to “move beyond current differences” to lead Libya to “a lasting and stable stage,” as well as the belief in the spirit of consensus that exists between the Libyan House of Representatives and the High Council of State, as enshrined in the political agreement reached in Skhirat on December 17, 2015, according to the Libyan House of Representatives and the High Council of State.

The statement also praised Morocco’s assistance and support to the Libyan people in achieving security and stability in the nation, as well as the Kingdom’s “warm welcome,” and thanked the American ambassador in Libya, Richard Norland, for his support of the meeting.

Members of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) were present at this Libyan consultative conference on election law, according to reports.

The two parties discussed the outstanding concerns concerning the organizing of the presidential and legislative elections, which are scheduled to take place in Libya on December 24 and are a critical step in the country’s exit, during this two-day conference held behind closed doors. He’s in the midst of a crisis.

Morocco is hosting this meeting following a series of Libyan conversation rounds held in the country, which were highlighted by an agreement on a framework for accession to the seven positions of sovereignty outlined in Article 15 of the Agreement. Libyan strategy came to an end in Skhirat in 2015.


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