HoR members accuse Foreign Minister of working to putt off presidential elections
18 members of the Libyan House of Representatives (HoR) have accused Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush, of working to postpone the presidential elections scheduled for December 24.
The HoR members said in a statement that Al-Mangoush's visits to several countries to rally support for "Libya Stability Initiative" were a way to ignore the Libyan people's rights to democratic presidential elections.
They indicated that the Libya Stability Initiative is based on postponing the most important right of the Libyan people: holding presidential elections, leaving them with only parliamentary elections.
The members of the HoR added that any conferences and initiatives that don't support holding elections are a violation of the outcomes of Geneva and Berlin political processes and a hindrance to the roadmap.
Meanwhile, all of the 18 HoR members, who signed the statement, are from eastern Libya and a part of the group called locally "monopoly of decision at the HoR", while on media, they are called "General Command MPs" - referring to their loyalty to Khalifa Haftar.