The head of the Supreme Council of State in Libya, Khaled Al-Mashri, announced today, Sunday, that the State Council and the House of Representatives will issue a roadmap for holding elections next week.
He added to “Al-Arabiya” and “Al-Hadath” that the road map for holding elections will emerge from it a new government and electoral laws, noting that the maximum date for holding elections is mid-March.
The handover of power
He also added that if Abdul Hameed Al-Dabiba refuses to hand over power to the new government, other measures will be taken, pointing out that a new head of the Electoral Commission must be named.
The UN envoy to Libya, Abdullah Batili, confirmed last Tuesday that the country had reached a “critical stage” on the road to elections, and that the completion of the 6 + 6 committee’s preparation of election draft laws was “an opportunity that should not be missed.”
He also indicated that the current situation in Libya is “no longer tolerable,” affirming his commitment to exercising his role in “facilitating dialogue between all parties.”
“Decisions accepted by all”
Likewise, the UN envoy called on the Libyan leaders to reach “decisions that are acceptable to all” on the election laws, and said, “I call on the Libyan leaders to show wisdom, a spirit of consensus and political insight, in order to reach decisions that are acceptable to all regarding the controversial aspects of these laws.”
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