The High National Elections Commission (HNEC) proposed to have multi-polling centers' system instead of the single-polling system.

"The coming presidential elections will be the first in Libya so there will be no organizational experience in the country. We thus want to save the country the burden of presidential campaigns that will be very difficult to conduct in the vast area of Libya." HNEC said in a statement on Saturday.

It added that multi-polling centers will guarantee that all candidates and voters from different area across Libya will take part, hence; saving the HNEC from going to another round.

"This could also narrow down the campaigns to the polling centers where they have more chances than others, besides the flexibility in obtaining the outcome since this system combines the number of polling centers won and the points each candidate won from all of the polling centers." The HNEC elaborated.

It added that the president will be elected as per the total number votes at all polling centers, which will be eleven ones across Libya.

"Libya will be divided into an odd number of polling centers so it avoids having a tie among any two candidates, plus giving all centers the same 'voting power' and 'value' in deciding on who the president would be." HNEC explained.

Meanwhile, the Chairman of the HNEC, Emad Al-Sayeh, told the press on Saturday that the aim of this system is to have a president of some sort of consensus in all Libyan cities, adding that draft laws for the elections and referendum on the constitution were sent to the House of Representatives.