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Libya 6+6 Committee announces consensus on upcoming national elections

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Buznik, May 25. The Libyan 6+6 Joint Committee, represented by MPs and the State Supreme Council (DGK), announced that it had reached full agreement on the legal framework of the election process regarding the election of the president. Members of the National Assembly. This was announced by the head of the VGS delegation, Omar Boulifa, in a recent statement after the association’s meeting in Morocco.

Thus, the possibility of holding parliamentary and presidential elections simultaneously before the end of 2023 is becoming more and more real.

“Today, the 6+6 Joint Committee announced that it has reached full agreement on the articles regarding the election of the Speaker and members of the Grand National Assembly of Turkey, as well as how political parties will be included in the elections to the House of Representatives through party lists. or individual candidates, without providing additional details on the agreed points,” he said.

Among other things, the committee noted that the next legislature, the National Assembly, would consist of two chambers: the House of Representatives and the Senate. Progress has also been made in the determination and distribution of seats in these structures on a district basis, the representation of women, the fight against electoral crimes, and the procedures for contesting elections for the President, the House of Representatives and the Senate. Also, to ensure equal access of all candidates to government media platforms.

The Joint Commission also reaffirmed its members’ interest in establishing a coherent and comprehensive electoral legislative framework in the country, through ongoing consultations with the judicial and technical bodies represented by the Supreme National Election Commission (YÖK) and the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL).

Earlier, Arab media reported that Tripoli has the third largest gold reserves in Africa for 2022. According to the global statistics portal Statista, the North African republic’s precious metal reserves are 117 metric tons.

Source: Riafan

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