The head of the committee formed by the Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah to prepare election laws, Ashraf Balha, has confirmed that the House of Representatives (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS) strongly reject the UNSMIL's takeover of the management of the legal framework for elections from them.

Balha told reporters that the relationship between the HoR and UNSMIL would witness more crises in the coming period, as the alliance of the HoR and the HCS is not long-term, saying; however, that it is difficult to imagine their separation in the current period.

He also indicated that the Head of the HCS Khalid Al-Mishri, and a group of members close to him, agreed with the parliament in approving the 13th amendment to the constitutional declaration, with the aim of establishing the legal framework for elections by the two chambers, and then establishing a place for them in the future political scene.

Balha added that it is likely that the final position of the HCS will remain dependent on the developments of events and the extent of the 6+6 committee's agreement on electoral laws.