agreement in Morocco on the positions of sovereignty and the unification of the executive power

The speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives, Aguila Saleh, and the president of the Libyan High Council of State, Khaled Al-Mishri, agreed on Friday in Rabat to implement the outputs of the inter-Libyan dialogue of Bouznika, bearing on the positions of sovereignty and the unification of the executive power.

Speaking at a joint press briefing after a meeting with Al-Mishri, Aguila said it was agreed to “implement the outputs of Bouznika’s inter-Libyan dialogue on positions of sovereignty in the coming weeks and before the end of December”.

It was also decided “to work towards a single executive power in Libya as soon as possible, and to continue the dialogue to do what is necessary to start presidential and legislative elections in accordance with a clear roadmap and legislations on the basis of which the elections will take place in agreement between the two institutions”, he added during this press briefing which took place in the presence of the Minister of Foreign Affairs, African Cooperation and Moroccans Living Abroad, Nasser Bourita.

On this occasion, the Speaker of the Libyan House of Representatives highly praised the role played by King Mohammed VI, who “always watches over the stability of Libya and the preservation of its territory and its unity”, expressing his deep thanks to the Sovereign, to the government and to the brother Moroccan people for their warm welcome and their hospitality.

For his part, Al-Mishri noted that the “split of institutions only exacerbated the crisis and it was imperative to unify them“, emphasizing that it was agreed to pursue the understanding regarding the measures necessary for the conduct of the presidential and parliamentary elections as soon as possible.

The unification of sovereign institutions and the executive power will pave the way for the unfolding of these deadlines as soon as possible, he insisted.

In this regard, he recalled the meeting held in Bouznika between the House of Representatives and the High Council of State and which was sanctioned by an agreement on the unification of power or sovereign institutions, noting that this agreement was applied to two out of seven posts of sovereignty.

“We will continue our meetings in Morocco during the next period and will diligently monitor the sound execution of what has been agreed”he continued.

Al Mishri, in turn, expressed his gratitude to the Sovereign and the Moroccan government for the efforts made in favor of the stability of Libya, specifying that these efforts date back to 2014 when Morocco avoided conflicts, ensured to tighten the Libyan rank and to find solutions through hosting the Libyan parties without any interference.

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