The acting Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, confirmed her confidence in the success of the Political Dialogue Forum, which will be launched in Tunis on the 9th of November.
“Williams” added in an interview with Al Wasat channel, Saturday, that they will not allow “the political class or the status quo forces” to obstruct the dialogue, noting that there are high expectations to move forward and progress in this track.
“Williams” denied the talk about granting the representatives of the “political Islam” an over-representation in the dialogue forum, saying that this is “unrealistic”, stressing that the forum brought together all components of the Libyan people, and that there is a diverse representation in this dialogue.
“Williams” pointed out that there are many wrong lables and a kind of “propaganda” by people who do not live in Libya, playing an old game to divide the Libyans and sow sedition due to multiple agendas, some of which are under the table, as she put it.
It is worth noting that the Arraed network learned from a private source the intention of the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, to assign a prime minister from the eastern region. In order to obstruct the dialogue forum in Tunis, and confuse its results prior to its launch.