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The Supreme State Council supports the outcomes of the political dialogue sessions in Bo Zniqa and Montreux.

On Sunday, the Supreme Council of State affirmed its support for the outcomes of the dialogue sessions that took place in the cities of Bo zniqa, Morocco, and Montreux, Switzerland, and the proposal to amend the Presidential Council to a president, two deputies, and a separate prime minister.

In its 55th official session, the Supreme Council of the State agreed, in the presence of 85 members, to activate Article 15 of the Libyan Political Agreement regarding the agreement between the State and Parliament on the renaming of the occupants of the sovereign positions.

On the 6th of last September, in the Moroccan city of Bo zniqa, talks were held between the delegations of the Supreme Council of State and the Tobruk Assembly of Representatives on the sovereign positions, followed by a dialogue session on September 7, organized by the Center for Humanitarian Dialogue, in the presence of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, in Montreux, Switzerland.

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