The European Union welcomes the steps of the “presidency council” in preparation for a “comprehensive consensus”

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The European Union welcomes the steps of the "presidency council" in preparation for a "comprehensive consensus"

The Ambassador of the European Union to Libya, Sabadell Jose, welcomed, on Tuesday, the steps of the Presidential Council to pave the way towards a comprehensive consensus.

This came during his meeting with the representative of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, according to a statement by the media office of the Presidential Council.

According to the statement, the two sides discussed a number of files related to political affairs, and Jose renewed his support for the national reconciliation project, through which he could provide the appropriate climate for the elections.

For his part, Al-Lafi stressed that “the political situation in Libya requires the participation of political parties and the rejection of differences, in order to agree on a constitutional basis that paves the way for elections,” according to the same source.

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And on Sunday, the UN envoy to Libya, Abdullah Batili, said in a series of tweets that the Presidential Council’s initiative “prepares for a constitutional dialogue as a priority to end the transitional stages.”

And on Sunday, the Libyan Presidential Council said that Batili announced its support for the Council’s initiative to solve the current crisis in the country, after the Council announced an initiative to solve the crisis through a consultative meeting between the three councils (the Presidential Council, the Representatives and the Supreme State), in coordination with Batili.

The initiative came after the head of the Supreme Council of the State, Khaled Al-Mashri, suspended, on Wednesday, communication with the Speaker of Parliament, Aguila Saleh, and the work of the joint committees between them, until the law establishing a constitutional court in the city of Benghazi (east) is canceled instead of the constitutional circuit in the Supreme Court in the capital, Tripoli (west).

Due to disagreements between state institutions over the electoral laws (presidential and parliamentary), elections were stalled on December 24, 2021.

As a result, the country entered into a new conflict after the House of Representatives assigned a new government headed by Fathi Bashagha, to wrestle with the internationally recognized national unity government headed by Abdul Hamid al-Dabaiba, who refuses to hand over power except to a government that comes through a new elected parliament.

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