Deputy Head of the Presidential Council, Abdullah Al-Lafi, confirmed that the selection of personalities for the National Reconciliation Commission is important, but no agreement has been reached on specific names.
Al-Lafi indicated, in a press conference, on Monday, that the reconciliation file is complete and aims to achieve transitional justice, and it must be prepared by experts, as several committees, including an advisory and legal committee, will be formed to address the contentious issues.
Al-Lafi also confirmed that the National Reconciliation Program will begin forming a supreme commission of a president and six members, under which committees will work to meet citizens in cities, noting that the file of the displaced people will be present as part of the commission’s work to achieve transitional justice.
For his part, Deputy Head of the Presidential Council, Mossa Al-Koni, considered that forming a reconciliation commission would strengthen national unity, which is the goal of holding elections by the end of this year, indicating that it is a date that cannot be postponed or canceled.
It is noteworthy that the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammad Menfi, announced Monday the establishment of the Supreme National Commission for Reconciliation during a press conference held in Tripoli, saying that the commission would be “a monument that brings Libyans together, repress harm and achieve justice among them in what is guaranteed by the law, expressing his hope for reaching the elections on December 24 of this year.