The official spokesman for Libya's House of Representatives, Abdullah Blehig, announced the start of a closed session on Tuesday, headed by Second Deputy Speaker Ahmid Houma in Tobruk.
Blehig explained that the session will discuss “developments in the electoral process and a number of laws on the agenda.”
House leadership invited members to attend the official session on Monday.
The Chairman of the High National Elections Commission, Emad Al-Sayeh, told Alwasat on Monday, that he would travel to Tobruk to discuss developments in the electoral process with the House of Representatives.
A number of House members criticized the commission's management of the electoral process in a statement circulated on Saturday evening, especially regarding presidential candidate appeals, demanding that an accountability session be held for the head of the commission.
Al-Sayeh denied receiving any official call to attend an accountability session when speaking with Alwasat.