After Haftar’s defeat supported by 5 Arab and foreign countries on the walls of the capital and the failure of his military project after the sacrifices made by the Libyan army in combating his aggression , international and local moves began to push the political process, and many initiatives were proposed to move stagnant waters, especially after the deterioration of the living situation in the country and the continuing institutional division In the state.
Several rounds of dialogue were held between the delegations of the Supreme Council of the State and the House of Representatives and a number of Libyan political figures of various orientations in the Moroccan city of Bo zniqa and the Swiss city of Montreux, following which agreements came to end the Libyan crisis and unify state institutions leading to elections.
The closing statement of the Moroccan Bo zniqa meeting announced that the two parties had reached a “comprehensive agreement on the criteria and mechanisms for assuming sovereign positions with the aim of unifying them”. The two parties, “10 members of the House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of the State”, agreed to continue the dialogue and resume these meetings in the last week of this month; In order to complete the necessary procedures that ensure the implementation and activation of this agreement.
In “Montreux”, the meeting agreed to enter a “preliminary” phase that begins with the restructuring of the Presidential Council into a president, two deputies, and a government separate from it that ends with elections within a maximum period of 18 months, according to article 64 of the political agreement, and they also agreed to postpone consideration of international agreements and treaties until after the preliminary stage.
However, these agreements were not to the liking of Presidential Council member Mohammed Amarri Zayed. He accused the ongoing dialogues that their goal is to share the wealth of the Libyans and the sovereign positions , to exercise guardianship over the Libyans and to confiscate their right to determine their fate, which will now only lead to a great waste of time.
But Ammari himself forgot that he was appointed to his current position as a result of a political agreement between the dialogue committees of the House of Representatives and the state, which culminated in the signing of the Skhirat Agreement in Morocco in 2015.
Ammari’s statement was met with a quick response from the President of the Presidency Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, who called on the Dialogue Committee, in its capacity as responsible for selecting the new executive authority, to expedite the achievement of this entitlement, to ensure the peaceful transfer of power.
In light of obstruction of the constitution draft by Haftar, the dialogue committees remain the only solution in this era to push the political process and to try to unify the sovereign institutions after Haftar blew up the national gathering in Ghadames. The question remains why some politicians want to obstruct the work of the dialogue committees in light of the sharp division and the deteriorating general situation in Country?