The Head of the High Council of State (HCS), Mohamed Takala, says the efforts of the 6+6 Committee have become invalid as a result of the House of Representatives' lack of commitment to its outcomes.
Takala's remarks came in a letter addressed to the Parliament Speaker, published by the HCS media office on Friday.
The letter underscored that the outcomes of the (6+6) Committee, signed unanimously in Bouznika, should be implemented without any modification, compliant with the 13th constitutional amendment.
Takala accused the HoR of destroying the built consensus and assigning the 6+6 Committee to amend the Bouznika outcomes, knowing it was not entitled to carry out such action.
He affirmed the Council's adherence to the Bouznika outcomes concluded on June 3 and would not recognize any amendments to its items under any pretext.
The HCS head called on all key parties to address controversial issues and seek consensus on a legally enforceable framework that leads to an electoral process in which results are acceptable to all.
Last Wednesday, the Speaker of the House of Representatives, Aqila Saleh, approved a set of election laws and referred them to the High National Elections Commission.
Meanwhile, the United Nations Support Mission in Libya confirmed on Friday its reception of an official memorandum from the HoR Speaker Office, which included the new electoral laws, indicating that it would evaluate their applicability.