Forty-six members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum called on UN Special Envoy Jan Kubis to hold an emergency session to determine the responsibilities entrusted to it for the implementation of the roadmap and suggest appropriate remedies to threats that may result in the collapse of the process.
The members of the forum who signed the request, which was circulated on the Libyan social media pages on Sunday, informed the UN envoy that they are determined to take “positive and proactive action” and that they are “firmly determined to save our country, implement the road map, and meet inside or outside Libya.”
The members also hope that the mission will assume the responsibility entrusted to it in accordance with Security Council resolutions, noting that the forum was conveined “in order to achieve the desired stability and peace by holding presidential and parliamentary elections on time.”
On August 28, 31 members of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum had called for holding an emergency session for the forum “to address the serious breaches in the implementation of the roadmap and the dangerous developments that are affectinf the country’s unity, stability and civil peace.”
The Libyan Political Dialogue Forum held its last session on August 11, which ended without an agreement on the constitutional basis necessary for holding the presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for December 24.