UNSMIL urges LPDF members to reach “workable compromise”

The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) said that from the onset of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), it was committed to giving the members all the opportunities to reach a compromise, including extending the meeting in Geneva for an extra day; however, despite all these opportunities, no consensus was reached among the LPDF members on a constitutional basis proposal.

In a statement Saturday, UNSMIL encouraged the LPDF members to continue to consult among themselves to pursue a workable compromise and cement what unites them.

It added that it would continue to work with the LPDF members and the Proposals-Bridging-Committee to explore further efforts to build common ground based on the Legal Committee’s proposal which all recognize as the reference framework for a constitutional basis for elections.

“In line with the LPDF Roadmap and the UN Security Council Resolution 2570 (2021), UNSMIL reiterates that proposals that do not make the elections feasible and possible to hold elections on 24 December will not be entertained.” UNSMIL indicated.


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