The Libyan political situation is on the table of Libyan party leaders and senior American officials

The School of Advanced International Studies at Johns Hopkins University and the Atlantic Council are organizing a symposium that includes several Libyan political party leaders, alongside former and current officials in the US administration.

The US special envoy to Libya, Richard Norland, is expected to participate in the meeting, along with former US ambassador, Deborah Jones, former UN envoy, Stephanie Williams, former US envoy to Libya, Jonathan Weiner, as well as other senior officials, which will discuss the most prominent obstacles facing the political process in Libya, based on an initiative put forward for discussion by the political parties coordination group.

According to those leading the initiative, it aims to address the current political impasse and renew the legitimacy of the legislative and executive political authorities by holding general elections according to a specific timetable and constitutional documents that the Libyan people must vote on.

The initiative seeks to expand the circles of dialogue and consultation to include representatives of political parties, national forces, unions and civil society organizations and is not limited to the five main political bodies in the initiative of former UN envoy Abdullah Bathily.


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