The Libyan Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah said that he "is ready to communicate with everyone without exception to end all differences and to respond to any initiative to boost confidence among the active rather than passive parties."

Speaking at the "Together We Achieve Elections" conference on Tuesday under the supervision of the "Election Supporters Organization" at the headquarters of the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) in Tripoli,  Dbiebah said national dialogue is the alternative to dubious deals plotted behind the scenes, voicing hope for expanding the participation of actors in the community.

"We support elections and reject transitional periods. This is our fixed stance. This support helps achieve unity to secure electoral process. Libyans tried Skhirat dialogue that led to the sharing of legislative power and Geneva dialogue that led to sharing executive power. Any dialogue that doesn't end these stages isn't acceptable and any dialogue that doesn't bring a final solution is a failure and made to deceive Libyans once again." Dbiebah said.

In early November, the Ministerial Committee for Elections Support organized a simulation of the electoral process that included securing polling centers, inspecting voters, and confronting any riots inside and outside the polling centers, in addition to simulating the method of voting, counting votes, and transporting electoral boxes and materials.