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United Nations envoy in Libya revealed the details of the new An initiative to hold the long-awaited elections.

Last month Abdullah Bathili announced a new An initiative to break the deadlock in Libya creating Steering Committee for the Conduct of Elections.

Addressing a press conference in Batelli, the capital of Tripoli, said the initiative aims to expand the scope of dialogue between the Libyan parties to break current impasse.

Successive interim arrangements, endless transitional governments, legislatures that terms of office The source is expired of Batley said.

The UN envoy said the Libyan representatives would be chosen as “high-level”. team.” he added that the United Nations mission in Libya will facilitate negotiations to reach a compromise for conduct elections.

“nothing reason To further delay the elections … in good faith and determination a clear road map for Elections may be developed By mid-June.

The UN envoy indicated that the dispute still exists over the conditions for he ran for The presidential election, though announcement by speakers of East Libya House of Representatives and the Supreme Council, based in Tripoli of Mention about reaching an agreement on Constitutional Declaration.

Libya remained rich in oil in Unrest since 2011 when longtime ruler Muammar Gaddafi was overthrown after four decades in power.

The situation has worsened since then last year when liby parliament water spring new government led former Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha. still head of It is based in Tripoli governmentAbd al-Hamid Dabaiba said that he would relinquish power only to a government that comes throughelected parliamentWhich raises fears of Libya slipping away back in a civil war.

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