The United Nations Secretary General’s Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, invited the Head of the High Council of State (HCS) to meet with the Speaker of Parliament, Aqila Saleh.
According to what was published by the media office of Al-Mishri, he is considering the feasibility of this visit in solving controversial problems, especially the current impasse in the political and constitutional tracks.
Al-Mishir stressed that the visit is not an end in itself, saying that what is important is the seriousness of the opposite party in finding a national consensus to end the transitional stages, by renewing political legitimacy in Libya via holding elections as soon as possible.
Anadolu Agency reported, earlier on Wednesday, quoting an unnamed member of the HCS, that an expected meeting between the Head of the Presidential Council, Mohammed Menfi, the Speaker of Parliament, Aqila Saleh, and the Head of HCS, Khaled Al-Mishri, will take place within two days in the Egyptian capital, Cairo.
“Africa Intelligence” website reported that Saleh had used his presence in Morocco to resume talks with the Head of HCS on constitutional amendments in preparation for the elections, while the second goal of Saleh’s trip to Morocco was to continue negotiations with the leaders of the armed formations that protect the head of the unity government, Abdel Hamid Dabaiba in Tripoli.
The Egyptian capital is witnessing intense events around the Libyan crisis, as it is hosting the meetings of the third round of the constitutional track, in addition to the meetings of the Joint Military Commission in order to find a solution to end the crisis in the country.