Libya’s election commission says technically ready to impalement electoral laws

The Libyan High National Elections Commission (HNEC) has received elections laws of the Ummah Council (National Assembly) and Head of State after being approved by the House of Representatives (HoR) following the completion of the draft by the 6+6 Joint Committee.

The HNEC added on Monday that its cadres were ready on the technical level to implement the election laws away from any political polarizations, calling on the Libyan political parties to reach consensus to lead the country to holding elections.

The 6+6 Joint Committee, which was formed by the HoR and High Council of State (HCS) to draft election law for the holding of presidential and parliamentary elections, said the laws endorsed by the HoR in early October were the final draft that was amended and then signed in a full-quorum session of the HoR.

In the meantime, the HCS issued a statement dissolving the 6+6 Committee after its mission had been accomplished, urging its members to file their final reports and documents to the HCS in a week from the date of issuing the decision.


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