LIBYAPROSPECT – Tunis
The United Nations Envoy to Libya, Ghassan Salame, said, in Tunis on Tuesday, that when the two committees of the House of Representatives (HoR) and the State Council agreed to amend the Political Agreement to would be to the HoR to vote on.
Saleme confirmed that Political Agreement would be adopted and “the head of the HoR, Ageela Saleh, promised, when I met him in Al-Qubba, to give priority to vote on it.”
Salame hoped that the two committees would complete the amendments to the Political Agreement in weeks to transform it to the HoR for voting by the end of November.
Salame clarified that the National Conference is a part of his action plan and it would be an event for the national reconciliation, confirming that it is not a new institution.
He stated that the National Conference would gather the all parties in Libya to participate in the political operation, especially the parties that couldn’t get the chance to participate. Salame stressed that the Political Agreement would remain active during the coming period until the convention of the National Conference.
He added that there is a political operation in Libya and its bilateral relations with some countries and the UN is respecting all of that. He confirmed that the challenges in Libya are solvable.
Salame pointed that Libya is capable of increasing its oil production and fighting the terrorism in the city of Sirte, adding that that is why there are some reasons for the opportunities for the political operation to succeed in Libya.
It is worth mentioning that the two committees convened, on Tuesday, to amending the Political Agreement. The first meeting tackled the first stage of the action plan.