Amid fears of a “turbulent” Libyan political scene and secession, the international community is continuing its relentless efforts to move the election train parked at Force Majur station.
These fears were triggered by the government of Abdel Hamid al-Tabaiba’s refusal to hand over power to a government that the Libyan parliament trusted last March. One is to pressure the Fatih Pasha government to take the lead, and the second is to hold parliamentary and presidential elections.
The efforts were joined by others led by the Presidential Council in Libya, whose chairman, Mohamed al-Manfi, discussed ways to hold a constitutional referendum in the capital, Tripoli, on Monday. , And recent developments in Libya’s political, economic and security situation.
The media office of the chairman of the Libyan Presidential Council, Al-Ain News, in a report reviewing its copy, confirmed during the meeting that the deportee, whether it was a parliamentary or presidential election, was committed to the council’s commitment to the electoral process.
In turn, the British Ambassador praised the role of the President in maintaining stability and peace, and stressed his continued support for the steps of the Presidential Council.
In a video clip posted by the British embassy in Libya on its official account on the social networking site “Twitter”, Ambassador Carolyn called on her country’s National Electoral Commission and all Libyan authorities to take the necessary steps to make it safe and secure. An environment conducive to the full and effective participation of women in the forthcoming elections, both as an actress and as a voter.
The British diplomat reaffirmed his country’s full support for holding credible elections in Libya and encouraged all Libyan officials to work creatively for free, fair and inclusive elections. Country.
The British ambassador said his country was proud to support the work of the Upper National Electoral Commission through the United Nations Development Program, which began in 2018, stressing that it was in line with the “wonderful” technical work done to prepare Libya during that period. For successful elections.
However, women are still under-represented in all governing bodies and processes, and he stressed that empowering women is crucial for Libya’s future development. The construction process, which includes political decision-making and national dialogue.
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