Libyan Dialogue: Arab League Welcomes Agreements Reached by Libyan Parties in Morocco
Cairo – The Arab League on Sunday welcomed the agreements reached by the delegations of the Libyan High Council of State and House of Representatives at a new round of the Libyan Dialogue on the unification of Libyan institutions and holders of sovereignty posts, held on 22-23 January in Bouznika, Morocco.
The Arab League said in a statement that this important progress will help resolve the Libyan crisis and advance the UN-sponsored settlement processes, particularly regarding the formation of the new executive power, the unification of Libyan institutions, the implementation of the provisions of the ceasefire agreement and the start of preparations for the presidential and legislative elections.
The Arab organization expressed, on this occasion, its support for all the national efforts in which the Libyans are engaged in order to achieve an integrated political settlement of the situation in the country, welcoming in this regard the agreements recently concluded by the delegations of the High Council of State and the House of Representatives in Egypt regarding constitutional arrangements for elections.
The delegations of the High Council of State and the Libyan House of Representatives agreed in Bouznika on the formation and appointment of small work teams to take practical measures regarding the holders of sovereignty posts.
These teams will ensure in particular the development of application forms and invite candidates to present their files which must meet the agreed criteria and conditions.
Last modified : 24 January 2021