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Souissi: The “Libya’s Pulse” initiative stresses the unification of parliament and the creation of a single government.

Head of the Federation of Civil Society Institutions in Libya and Head of the Cultural Salon, Leila Souissi, said on Saturday that the initiative launched by the “Libya Pulse for Peace and Development” organization confirms the rejection of any foreign intervention in Libya and the departure of foreign forces from all Libyan lands.

Souissi confirmed that the initiative signed by 200 personalities from all different currents stipulates unifying the parliament, ending the current executive and legislative figures, and starting the election of a new legislative parliament and one government to solve the Libyan crisis, pointing to the presence of members of the dialogue within the signatories and representatives of the two governments, which is an attempt to convey the voice of the elites, and an attempt to be a pressure card in changing paths.

Souissi indicated that the timing of the initiative came; because of the circumstances that Libya is going through, and fear of the current political dialogue failure, as was the case with the failure of the meeting of representatives in Tangiers.

Souissi explained that the initiative was welcomed by the Acting Head of the United Nations Mission for Support in Libya, Stephanie Williams, in addition to the welcomes from several embassies and organizations, and the confirmation of its compliance with the goals, in addition to the approval of a number of members of the House of Representatives.

It is worth noting that the initiative launched by the Cultural Salon of the Pulse of Libya included a large number of Libyan personalities, to try to get out of the current Libyan crisis.

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