The Presidential Council's Deputy Mossa Al-Koni said that elections are a project that has no alternative in ensuring stability in Libya despite the challenges, adding in his speech on Sunday at the first conference of the Libyan Center for Studies and Policy Making, which was held under the slogan “Libyan elections, the challenges of reality and foreseeing the future", that elections which Libyans are looking forward to have been prolonged due to the strife to remain in power by political bodies.
Al-Koni expressed his confidence that the conference, which includes an elite group of thinkers and politicians, will produce results that contribute to paving the way for the electoral process through research papers of high scientific value.
Meanwhile, the Head of the High Council of State, Mohammed Takala, said that the Libyan crisis was that of confidence between the conflicting parties and that establishing confidence should be through agreed-upon laws in which one party does not prevail over another.
Takala added that everyone agrees on the need to hold fair elections on unchallengeable legal and constitutional foundations in which everyone is equal and agrees to accept their results.
The Chairman of High National Elections Commission (HNEC), Emad Al-Sayeh, confirmed that the responsibility of the HNEC is limited to guidance and that its role is only information related to the holding of the elections, explaining that the awareness side is handled by other centers. He pointed out that the election file should not be limited to politicians and should be given to the people to be discussed clearly and frankly.