Adviser to the Secretary-General of the United Nations Stephanie Williams confirmed that the committee formed by the House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of State to set a constitutional basis for elections in Libya will hold its second round in Cairo next Sunday, corresponding to May 15, and that the President The Supreme Council of State assured her, during her meeting with him yesterday, Thursday (the council’s commitment to participate in the second round of the joint committee’s meetings). .
This came in the Chancellor Williams’ account via Twitter, where she tweeted today, saying: (I met last night in Tripoli with Brotherhood member Khaled Al-Mashri, President of the Supreme Council of State, and I briefed him on the results of my visits to various European capitals last week to discuss current events in Libya, and Al-Mishri confirmed again during the meeting the council’s commitment to participate in the second round of the meetings of the joint committee of the House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of State in Cairo on May 15 to achieve the goal for which it was formed, which is to agree on the necessary constitutional arrangements to move Libya to national elections as soon as possible).
On March 3, 2022, the Special Adviser to the Secretary-General on Libya, Stephanie Williams, announced an initiative to form a joint committee from the House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of State to agree on a solid constitutional basis for national elections.
On the same day, she sent official invitations to the presidency of each of the two councils to select representatives to participate in the joint committee.