The final round of elections talks between the joint committee of the House of Representatives and High Council of State will start today in Cairo, announced the U.N. Advisor on Libya Stephanie Williams yesterday.
President of the Libyan Presidential Council (PC), Mohamed al-Menfi, held a meeting with the President of the President of the High Council of State (HCS), Khaled al-Mishri, to discuss the latest findings of the constitutional track meetings held in Cairo between the two committees of the House of Representatives (HoR) and HCS.
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On her opening remarks for the second session of the joint committee of the Libyan House of Representatives and the High Council of State to determine the constitutional arrangements for elections, UN Special Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, said that “Delays and an open-ended process will not work and will inevitably lead to further division and conflict from where it will be much harder to bring Libya back on the path to stability.”
UN Special Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, met in Tunis Saturday with Yael Lempert, the Acting Assistant Secretary for Near Eastern Affairs of the U.S. Department of State.
The Libyan Parliament Spokesman Abdulla Bleihiq announced the suspension of the Parliament session until tomorrow, Tuesday.
U.S. Ambassador and Special Envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, said he agreed in a meeting today with High State Council (HSC) President Khaled al-Mishiri in Cairo, on the need to support the UN-led process intended to lead to parliamentary and presidential elections as soon as possible as demanded by Libyan voters.
The Tripoli-based High Council of State (HCS) held a consultative session on Sunday to discuss the latest political developments, according to the Council’s media office.