The joint 6+6 committee assigned by the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS) to prepare electoral laws has called for the formation of a unified government that "paves the way for electoral events in all regions and deals with them in a responsible and transparent manner."

After meetings in Morocco, the joint committee stressed, in a statement read by the head of the delegation of the HCS, Omar Boulifa, that the holding of the legislative and presidential elections would take place simultaneously, announcing that it had achieved complete agreement regarding the points related to the election of the head of state and members of the National Assembly, in addition to how to involve political parties in the elections of the House of Representatives through party lists or individual candidacies.

The statement indicated that the committee communicated with various government institutions and bodies concerned with the elections, and was guided by a set of proposals it received from political and civil bodies and Libyan experts in this regard.

It referred to the progress made in defining and distributing seats in the House of Representatives and the Senate according to constituencies, procedures for forming and approving lists of candidates, representation of women, controlling electoral crimes, procedures for electoral appeals related to the elections of the President of the State, the House of Representatives and the Senate, in addition to regulating the right of all candidates to access government and private media platforms. 

The committee reaffirmed the keenness of its members and their colleagues in the HoR and the HCS to complete the preparation of various electoral draft laws in this meeting, in order to achieve a consensual and comprehensive legislative framework for the elections in Libya, in constant consultation with the judicial bodies and technical bodies represented by the High National Elections Commission and the United Nation Support Mission in Libya.