LIBYAPROSPECT – Tripoli
The member of the State Council in Tripoli, Ahmed Hamuma, said that no change would happen in the Libyan political landscape during the coming days, as the House of Representatives (HoR) won’t meet unless there are changes in the inner configuration of its Presidency.
He told reporters, on Tuesday, that “now we see any behavior from the HoR members as natural and expected that doesn’t affect the political process,” referring to the HoR attitude regarding the General National Congress and their internal disputes.
Hamuma pointed that most of the HoR members are not available in one place to be easily communicated with, most members are staying in Egypt, Jordan, Tunisia, and some in Tobruk. He said that the assigned communication committee couldn’t reach a reliable solution to convene and endorse the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the political accord.
“We communicated with some HoR members, and we found that they have no idea about how to mobilize members or hold a session or assign certain mechanism to communicate directly,” said Humama.
So it is natural to see the current stalemate in the political process, according to Hamuma, as there is a missing connection between the three bodies supposed to lead the political process with the HoR useless and inactive.