Williams: UN shall oblige new executive incumbents to resign from current jobs

The UN acting envoy Stephanie Williams said that Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) members had set a very positive example as they dealt transparently with the situation in Geneva, adding that anyone elected for the new executive authority must resign form their current positions.

Williams added that the candidates for the unified executive authority in Libya had signed affidavits on commitment to the roadmap of the LPDF, including holding elections by December 24, 2021, and accepting the results of the voting.

She indicated that the Presidential Council’s candidates were told to accept the upcoming results of the list method voting, in addition to obliging them to the 30% of women representation in state sovereign positions.


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