The Head of the High Council of State, Mohamed Takala, renewed his commitment to the Cairo meeting's outcomes with Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR), Aqila Saleh, including the provisions related to the formation of a new government.

Takala added in an interview with the BBC that the 6+6 committee tasked with drafting election laws deviated from its course after returning to Tripoli and Benghazi and introducing many amendments to the consensuses reached in Bouznika, Morocco.

Takala pointed out that disagreements with the Speaker of the HoR over the state and how to manage it can be resolved with dialogue, and he considered that the parallel government was not a legitimate government from the beginning, adding that the HoR had recognized it within the framework of what he called political strife and letters to the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity, Abdul Hamid Dbeibah.

He has explained that dealing with Dbeibah comes within the framework of international recognition of his government. He indicated that Abdoulaye Bathily's resignation was due to his inability to withstand foreign interference, adding that he did not attempt to bring the views of the HoR and the HCS closer together, and failed to appreciate what they reached under the auspices of the Arab League.