2021, as expected, is not the year for a solution in Libya. Therefore, the country missed its meeting with the presidential election originally scheduled for December 24. Once again the confidence of the Libyans has turned to disappointment. What will happen to 2022?
Parliament has not yet given the green light to the Election Commission to hold the proposed referendum on January 24, 2022. The Commission demands that the list of candidates be published first. However, there are still many differences of opinion that could jeopardize the election.
For the time being, the Libyan parliament, based in Dobrook, wants to avoid an election date. Instead, he proposed a draft map, which ” Discussed with all parties 2, before coming to the polls.
At the same time, there are calls for a new constitution to replace the one repealed by Colonel Gaddafi, but this requires a referendum and a long delay before reorganization.
Other voices are calling for the election law to be amended. The legal basis for the election continues to be a source of disagreement, and no consensus has yet been reached.
In addition to these difficulties, the Prime Minister’s return to work was suspended for a moment as he filed his candidacy for the presidency. According to the political agreement, his work was theoretically completed on December 24, 2021. Abdel Hamid Dibba is augmenting indications of being the head of government, but many now consider his authority illegal.
His government, which was formed to hold elections, failed and a new eruption in Tripoli was inevitable, especially if we could not quickly adopt a new voting date.