The 6 + 6 committee affirmed that what has achieved in the electoral laws is final and binding for the House of Representatives (HoR) as it was agreed upon and should pass without modification.

The committee said in a statement that it is working to send the two draft election laws to the HoR to formally issue them and refer them to the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) for implementation.

It also indicated that it had drafted the laws for electing the National Assembly and the President of the State based on the Constitutional Declaration and its amendments, adding that the two laws were drafted in full agreement between the members of the committee and in the presence of an expert affiliated with the UN mission and in consultation with the HNEC.

The committee affirmed that the National Assembly law was based on the principle of expanding political work participation for all cities and villages, preserving the principle of equality in elections and candidacy between men and women, and granting women seats for private competition, according to the statement.

The members stressed that they would not heed the frustrated voices that seek to undermine the implementation of the laws and seek to stop the course of elections and renew legitimacy.