Algerian president calls for “organizing elections”

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After further discussions to try to end the Libyan conflict, the participants, parliamentary representatives from the two rival camps in Libya, announced that they had reached an agreement on reunification of the institutions. For the Algerian president, Abdelmadjid Tebboune, who is following the situation in Libya very closely, it is necessary to organize elections.

ONE second round of Libyan dialogue was played in Morocco. These discussions took place within the framework of mediation of the UN to try to find a political solution to the Libyan crisis.

To the Algerian president, which closely follows, especially as a border neighbor, the situation in the country, it is necessary to organize elections. “Making diplomatic agitation, trying to give aspirin to a completely metastatic body … Everyone knows it will do absolutely nothing.” The only way to rebuild Libya is to start at the beginning, popular legitimacy. Organize elections regardless of the difficulties, even if it means organizing them region by region, ”he saidOpinion.

According to him, the reunification of institutions cannot take place without “a legitimate popular radiance” chosen by the entire Libyan people. “We get the National Assembly, which will be the election of a prime minister, a head of government or maybe even a president of the republic, review the constitution, review the balance of political forces in presence,” he says.

A process that may take several years, he admits, but which is nothing compared to the time that has passed since the conflict hit. “It will take time, maybe three or four years, but it has been nine years since the world interested in Libya has floundered in small solutions that have given nothing and absolutely do not give anything,” concludes Abdelmadjid Tebboune.


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