Six Libyan parties demanded, on Friday, the consensus committee to be formed by the Parliament (HoR) and the High Council of State (HCS), to formulate a constitutional rule that guarantees the organization of parliamentary elections as soon as possible, in which candidacy is based on the party list.

In a joint statement issued by several political parties, including the National Front, Justice and Construction, the National Forces Alliance, the National Action Party, the Taghyeer Party, besides several technocrats.

The statement called for the need to "allocate 80% of the seats to political parties.

They said that excluding the parties has led to chaos, fragmentation, lack of a quorum in parliament sessions, and weak government legitimacy.

It is noteworthy that the voting law drafted by the Parliament for the December 24 elections last year provides for individual candidacy for elections while forbidding parties from running in the list system. The move was widely condemned by political parties and personalities at the time.