The Speaker of the House of Representatives (HoR) Aqila Saleh proposed forming a committee of 45 members to undertake the task of forming a unified executive authority "under international supervision".

Saleh reiterated in his speech at the annual conference of the Council on Libyan-American Relations on Thursday that the capacity of the HoR is to prepare and issue laws because it is the elected and internationally-recognized body, in addition to granting or withdrawing confidence in the government, underscoring that the High Council of State is just a consultative entity.

Saleh explained that his proposal to solve the crisis in Libya required forming a committee consisting of 15 members from the HoR and 15 from HCS, as well as 15 independents and specialists whose tasks would be to form a unified executive authority under international supervision.

He added that the task of the new unified authority would be providing citizens with their needed services, solving problems, and helping the High National Elections Commission (HNEC) to be able to organize parliamentary and presidential elections at the agreed date, as well as expelling foreign forces and distributing wealth to the country's regions.