The Netherlands praised Morocco’s “very positive” commitment to promoting peace following the meeting of the “6+6” joint commission, which reached a compromise on the laws governing the presidential and parliamentary elections in Libya, scheduled to take place at the end of the year.
“The Netherlands commends this very positive commitment to supporting peace in Libya,” affirmed the Dutch Embassy in Rabat on June 7, following the meeting of the “6+6” joint commission tasked by the Libyan House of Representatives and the High Council of State (HCS) with drafting electoral laws.
The “6+6” joint commission announced on June 6 that, following meetings that spanned over two weeks in Morocco, its members reached a compromise on the laws governing the presidential and parliamentary elections in Libya.
Morocco is committed to finding a definitive solution to the Libyan crisis to guarantee Libya’s unity, stability, and progress by supporting efforts to organize elections within a comprehensive, inclusive, and pragmatic framework.
The Bouznika meeting is a continuation of the series of meetings hosted by Morocco, bringing together several Libyan parties to strengthen dialogue on means of resolving the Libyan crisis through an approach that provides the right space for dialogue and constructive consultation.