On Sunday, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya announced that the advisory committee emanating from the Political Dialogue Forum had reached “consensus formulas on many outstanding issues” regarding the constitutional basis necessary for holding the elections.
In a statement, the mission said that the advisory committee “will submit its recommendations to the forum for consideration and appropriate decision-making during its next meeting on June 28 in Switzerland, after completing its consultations.”
The mission indicated that the committee concluded its three-day meeting on Saturday, adding that the discussions “had taken place in a positive atmosphere filled with a spirit of consensus.”
During its meeting, the committee reviewed the various proposals submitted by the members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum on the constitutional basis necessary for holding the elections, according to the mission statement.
The statement pointed out that the members of the Advisory Committee will meet again in Switzerland before presenting their proposal to the plenary session of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum.