Libya’s outgoing premier, Abdul Hamid Dbeibeh, announced the formation of a national committee to “lead a dialogue on the electoral law and the constitutional basis,” the government announced on Sunday.
“Conducting the elections is a national duty that we must accomplish,” Dbeibeh said during a cabinet meeting.
Addressing his government’s ministers, Dbeibeh urged them “not let the conspiracies of the political class confuse you and do not pay attention to them. What matters to Libyans is not who sits on the chairs, but who provides services.”
“We have only presidential and parliamentary elections ahead,” he said, adding that he had made several contacts with “international parties”.
“They all agreed that the solution is in the elections, so I call on the Libyans to raise their voice.”