Report: Williams’ initiative reflects her confusion regarding the Libyan file

The failure to hold elections in Libya which were scheduled on December 24 of last year squandered the momentum that accompanied UN Adviser Stephanie Williams after she began her duties in Libya, especially as many bet on her ability to pressure along with her knowledge of the Libyan issue.

According to Al-Arab newspaper, Williams’ proposal for her initiative after giving confidence to the Bashagha government reflected its confusion in the Libyan file, considering that the pressures exerted by Moscow to appoint a new UN envoy lead to the start of the countdown to Williams leaving her post.

The Russian Deputy Ambassador to the United Nations, Dmitry Polyansky, stressed the need to appoint a new delegate to the United Nations as soon as possible.

In the opinion of the newspaper, quoting observers, the newspaper said for Williams’ initiative to work to reach consensus on the constitutional base within two weeks is unrealistic because of the deep differences prevailing between the House of Representatives and the High Council of State, which leads Williams to fear a halt in oil supplies.

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