The Deputy Chairman of the Libyan Housr of Repersentatives (HoR), Emhemed Shoaib, announced the resumption of the Libyan dialogue sessions under the auspices of the United nations, Thursday, in Tunisia.
He said, in news conference, that the Libyan parties shall meet to begin the final steps in the process of signing the political agreement, he didn’t name those parties.
He added “discussions inside the House of Representatives (HoR) about the political draft continues, fears of skeptic members were dissipated, most members agree to sign the agreement”.
Shoaib considered the political agreement emanated from Shkirate meetings as “inclusive document that resolved many issues like borders and displaced persons, beside the rebuilding of institutions and stricken cities like Benghazi. It didn’t overlook any party on the expense of the other”.
He declared that the political draft took into account the representation of all parties, either the House of Representatives (HoR), Supreme State Council or the Government of National Accord (GNA).