Morocco reaffirms its support for the inter-Libyan political dialogue

The president of the Libyan House of Representatives, Aguila Salah, detailed, Friday in Rabat, the latest developments of the situation in Libya, welcoming the agreement between the Libyan parties on the formation of an executive power and a government national which has obtained the confidence of the said Chamber. During his talks with the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Habib El Malki, the Libyan official underlined the importance of holding the electoral deadlines on the due date and of the assignment of sovereign posts, signaling the accession from the Libyan House of Representatives to UN efforts to resolve the Libyan crisis. On this occasion, Aguila Salah expressed his thanks and gratitude to Morocco, King, people, government and Parliament, for his sincere support to the Libyan people, while welcoming the role of HM King Mohammed VI in the success of the Libyan parties in reach a consensus for the settlement of the Libyan question and the building of a unified state, said a statement from the House of Representatives. He also reiterated the Libyans’ attachment to the conclusions of the Bouznika agreement, particularly with regard to positions of sovereignty. For his part, Habib El Malki indicated that Morocco, under the leadership of HM King Mohammed VI, will remain at the disposal of the brother Libyan people and at their side, with its expertise, skills and means, adding that the Kingdom will support and accompany the Libyans until the realization of all the conclusions of the inter-Libyan political dialogue. And to highlight the role of neutral and impartial support of Morocco, under the leadership of HM the King, to mark the way, build bridges and converge views and wishes between the different components of the Libyan people, reviewing the main stages that marked the inter-Libyan dialogue hosted by Morocco in Skhirat, Bouznika, Rabat and Tangier. This meeting, the 7th of its kind since 2017, is part of the exchange of views and continuous consultation in the service of the Libyan file and the realization of the aspirations of the Libyan people for peace and stability. , security and the construction of the civil and modern state, on a solid constitutional, democratic and national basis. For his part, the president of the Chamber of Advisors, Hakim Benchamach, reaffirmed, on Thursday, Morocco’s position of constant support for the inter-Libyan dialogue, as well as the Kingdom’s commitment to support efforts to overcome all obstacles. which hinder the consolidation of the consensual political solution between all the parties. “Morocco is committed and involved in strengthening dialogue between the Libyan brothers in order to reach a final political settlement to the crisis”, he declared during his meeting with the president of the Libyan High Council of State, Khaled Al Mechri, adding that the Kingdom believes that the consensual political solution remains the only way out of the crisis. He reiterated his confidence in the ability of the Libyans to reach a final solution that satisfies all parties, able to meet the aspirations of the Libyan people for security, stability and development, said a statement from the House. counselors. Hakim Benchamach also affirmed the permanent disposition of the Kingdom to contribute to the realization of the expectations of the Libyan people for the establishment of the rule of law and institutions. For his part, Khaled Al Mechri praised the active role played by Morocco in order to reach a consensual political solution around the Libyan issue, considering that “the role of the Kingdom has been decisive in bringing together points of view between the different parties and the achievement of consensus likely to pave the way for a final political settlement of the Libyan crisis. Morocco, he said, offered all the conditions to the Libyan parties to reach an important consensus, citing the Skhirat agreement, signed on December 17, 2015, as well as the stages of Tangier and Bouznika which made it possible to bring the positions of the different Libyan parties closer together. Likewise, he said he was confident and optimistic to transcend all obstacles and to move forward on the path of building a democratic and unified state, adding that the elections scheduled for December 24 in Libya will allow the consolidation of the democratic process, the building of institutions and the consecration of stability in the country.