Libyan Joint Committee “6+6” and the Supreme State Council agreed on the approximate date of elections in the country

Rabat, 31 May. The Libyan Joint Committee “6 + 6” and the Supreme State Council (SSC) announced the date for the start of the electoral process in the country, Arab media write.

In the capital of Morocco, negotiations were held between officials, as a result of which an agreement was reached that parliamentary elections would be held in December 2023, and presidential elections in January 2024.

“At the meeting, it was decided to form a mini-government, the purpose of which will be the organization and conduct of the electoral process. His work will last for six months without the right to extend, ”the agency said in a statement.

The main contentious issues during the negotiations was the permission to participate in the election of military and political figures of the Gaddafi era, as well as persons with dual citizenship.

Earlier, the Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee, represented by members of parliament and the Supreme State Council (SSC), announced that it had reached full agreement on the points of the legislative framework of the electoral process related to the election of the country’s president and members of the National Assembly.


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