He maintains his commitment to the Libyan Political Agreement and as the “supreme political body” will lead efforts to prepare for a peaceful and democratic transfer of power. through presidential and parliamentary elections.
The highest-ranking Libyan official thanked the African Union (AU) for cooperation in launching a national reconciliation project, which is the most important step for the country to achieve its desired goal of peace. calm and stable.
Furthermore, he stressed the need for a time limit in the dialogues between the House of Representatives and the State Supreme Council, suggesting that he be ready to intervene “to bring the political process out of the deadlock at any time.” when necessary”.
Role of the United Nations
Al-Minfi positively acknowledged the United Nations’ involvement in Libya and envisioned an active role through the country’s new leadership.
He called on the Organization to work seriously to support comprehensive national solutions to the political impasse, noting that it has largely undermined the political gains already achieved through UN-sponsored Libya Dialogue.
The president also called for restoring economic momentum and reducing the “power of corruption”.
The Libyan leader claims that proxy wars and conflicting visions of a solution in his country are preventing a national option from being formed.
He said that negative international interventions are still charting paths of “contradictory solutions” that could push Libya into armed confrontations and lead to rigid political positions that prevent other methods from being reached. approaches to bridging gaps and building domestic partnerships.
Economically, Al-Manafi affirmed that the Libyan Presidential Council supports all efforts to resume oil and gas production in all areas of the country.
He emphasized the interest of the Libyan Presidential Council in the transparent and fair management of oil revenue in order to neutralize public money from the political conflict and ensure that it benefits all. all Libyans, without political or geographical distinction.
The President expressed hope that this could lessen the severity of the economic situation and the ongoing executive power struggle, while providing a more stable environment for a transition. democracy.