Libyan officials to discuss plans after elections are announced to be delayed


Libya LibyaLibyan elections have officially been delayed and that has prompted the lawmakers to discuss events post this announcement. It is time that the Libyan officials discuss how things will shape post this very crucial announcement.

As per a report, lawmakers in the Libyan capital of Tripoli have already started their planning about future prospects for the government. Even though the talks are still going on, experts say that they have delayed the much needed talks as it has been over a month since the country failed to hold its presidential elections on the due date.

To discuss the road from here on, the First Deputy Speaker of the House of Representatives, Fawzi Al-Nuiri, invited all the officials and his deputies related to the matter and made an attempt to come to a solution for it. The meeting saw 46 of his deputies gather and plan things.

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Post the meeting, a press meet was held where Al-Nuiri stated that their session was focused on creating a consensus where all the political parties and alliances of the country are on the same page over how things should proceed post the announcement of delayed elections.

Other than that, he also revealed that there are talks going on about choosing an executive authority so that this person can be responsible for unification efforts in the country and bring all of the national security together by arresting armed groups. Libya is one of the many African nations who are facing a political turmoil on their land because of factions dominated by armed groups and proxy wars.

The direction in which Libya is moving was not expected by anyone especially after the popular uprising in 2011 when civilians toppled the dictator Moammar Gadhafi by a NATO backed force.



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