Rabat – Regional and international organizations, the diplomats of several countries and many media were unanimous in hailing Morocco’s role in bringing the inter-Libyan dialogue to a successful conclusion within the framework of the “6+6” joint commission, praising the the Kingdom’s active commitment to a political transition in this country through the electoral process.
At the United Nations, the Secretary-General’s Spokesman, Stéphane Dujarric, expressed the UN’s thanks to Morocco for its facilitation efforts aimed at reaching compromises on electoral laws between the Libyan parties meeting in Bouznika.
“We thank Morocco for having facilitated the efforts” of the members of the “6+6” mixed commission, charged by the Libyan House of Representatives and Council of State with preparing the electoral laws, the spokesperson underlined during from his daily press briefing in New York.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) also thanked Morocco for having hosted in Bouznika (from May 22 to June 6) the meeting of the Libyan Joint Commission “6+6”, which resulted in a compromise on the laws governing the presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for the end of the year.
In a statement, the Mission said it appreciated the efforts made by the 6+6 Commission, thanking the Government of Morocco for hosting it.
Along the same lines, the African Union (AU) congratulated Morocco. “I commend the Kingdom of Morocco for its facilitation,” tweeted AU Commission Chairperson Moussa Faki Mahamat.
The Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Abou El Gheit also praised Morocco’s efforts, as did the General Secretariat of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), which praised the role played by the Kingdom in reaching these compromises.
The same satisfaction with the General Secretariat of the Arab Maghreb Union (AMU), which welcomed the efforts made by Morocco in favor of the Libyan brothers, as well as the approach adopted by the Kingdom to provide them with the appropriate space in order to dialogue and concert “far from any foreign pressure”.
Following in their footsteps, the Secretary General of the League of Arab States, Ahmed Abou El Gheit praised Morocco’s efforts, hoping “to encourage the Libyan parties after the compromises announced to overcome the obstacles hindering the final signing of the agreement in the next days”.
In a statement from its Foreign Ministry, Saudi Arabia also welcomed “the efforts of the brotherly Kingdom of Morocco to make the dialogue a success and reach a compromise, with a view to reaching a political settlement in Libya”.
Iraq, for its part, highly praised the role played by Morocco in making the dialogue a success and reaching compromises on the electoral law in Libya, while offering political parties the possibility of playing a major role in the process. electoral.
The Mauritanian government, through its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, hailed the “great efforts made by the Kingdom to bring together the views of the different Libyan parties to reach this important agreement which paves the way for the establishment of the necessary conditions for the completion of the Libyan electoral process in the best conditions and in a consensual and participatory manner”.
Egypt also hailed, in a press release from its Ministry of Foreign Affairs, the efforts of the “6+6” joint commission, praising the reception by the Kingdom of Morocco of the work of the commission.
The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the United Arab Emirates also welcomed, in a press release, “the efforts of the brotherly Kingdom of Morocco to make the dialogue a success and lead to important compromises in order to reach a political settlement in Libya”.
Kuwait also praised the efforts made by the Kingdom of Morocco after having hosted, in Bouznika, the meeting of the “6+6” Mixed Commission.
Jordan commended the role played by the Kingdom of Morocco in the successful dialogue and compromise between the Libyan parties regarding the organization of presidential and parliamentary elections.
The Jordanian Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the agreement on the laws governing the presidential and parliamentary elections in Libya reached, in the Moroccan city of Bouznika, by the members of the Mixed Commission (6+6) charged by the Libyan House of Representatives and High Council of State.
The same goes for Yemen, whose Foreign Ministry hailed the compromises reached by the “6+6” joint commission, after two weeks of meetings in Morocco, on the laws governing the presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for end of the year.
The Kingdom of Bahrain also welcomed Morocco’s diplomatic efforts aimed at reaching important consensus between the members of the “6+6” Mixed Commission, charged by the Libyan House of Representatives and Council of State in order to draft laws governing presidential and parliamentary elections, scheduled for the end of the current year, after about two weeks of meetings in Bouznika.
The same satisfaction in Switzerland and the Netherlands, which welcomed Morocco’s “very positive” commitment to political and peaceful transition in Libya, in tweets posted by the embassies of the two countries in Morocco.
Same echo in several international media which highlighted the importance of the role of Morocco in the Libyan dialogue. These include Italian media who have described this step as “crucial” in the process of settling the Libyan crisis, but also the Argentine press agency, “Aternative Press Agency” which, through an analysis by the political scientist Argentinian Adalberto Agozina, praised the tireless efforts made by the Kingdom.
The “6+6” mixed commission had announced, on the night of Tuesday to Wednesday, that its members had reached, after two weeks of meetings in Morocco, a compromise on the laws governing the presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for end of the year.
The Bouznika meeting is part of the extension of the series of meetings hosted by the Kingdom, bringing together the various Libyan parties with a view to deepening the dialogue on the ways and means capable of leading to the settlement of the crisis in this countries, following an approach that provides the right space for dialogue and constructive consultation.
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