Williams said, in press statements, that talk here is about transitional measures and elections, because during 23 days of discussions in Cairo, the meeting was able, commendably, to settle a number of controversial issues in the constitutional document.
The UN Secretary-General's Special Adviser for Libya Stephanie Williams, thanked the Egyptian government and people for their ‘kind hospitality’ during the three rounds of talks of the Libyan Constitutional Track meetings in Cairo.
The appointment of US diplomat Stephanie Williams as UN special adviser on Libya will ensure the UN will "have the leadership in place during this very critical month of December."
UNSMIL praised, Wednesday the Constitutional Committee agreement, that was reached during meetings held in Egypt’s Hurghada aiming at reaching a solution for solving the Libyan crises.
Head of the Egyptian National Committee affiliated with the Libyan crisis praised, Tuesday the Libyan parties’ stances during the constitutional track meeting in Hurghada between the Parliament delegations and the Supreme Council of the Libyan State.
The UN mission indicated that the mandate of the advisory committee would be strictly time-bound, as its main task would be to discuss issues related to the selection of a unified executive authority.
These efforts are being undertaken to address the Libyan people's needs and establishing a more durable and equitable economic arrangement.
The UN envoy in Libya stated, during a press conference, that there is tangible progress in the Libyan dialogue, according to Al-Arabiya.
“Reaching elections requires a new executive to unify the country. This requires the establishment of a reformed presidency council and an effective and unified government of national unity,”
The Libyan parties prepare to start holding sessions of the Forum for Political Dialogue in Tunis on November 9.
Deputy head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) for political affairs Stephanie Williams praised Egypt’s role regarding the Libyan political crises during meeting with with experts of the Egyptian Center for Strategic Studies (ECSS).