Libyan officials called on, on Sunday, the so-called Supreme Council of State based in Misrata, to adopt a constitution before holding national elections at the end of the next year, according to the roadmap announced by the United Nations.
In a statement, the officials stressed the need for the dialogue to lead to a referendum on the draft constitution, and then to enter the other transitional stages.
The statement welcomed any proposal, with the necessity that the elections focus on the draft constitution.
The talks are supposed to define the legal basis on which the upcoming parliamentary and presidential elections will be organized.
The statement added that the Libyan draft constitution has become the property of the people, whose stance will be determined through a public referendum.
In the same context, along with the conclusion of the military talks in the city of Sirte, and the two delegations reached understandings about the sticking points, and the sub-committees began working on implementing the first phase of the agreement, the Libyans are waiting for the completion of the political dialogue for its tasks to get the country out of the current crisis.
In Tunisia, the warring Libyan parties were able to resolve a number of sticking points, but other points remain a matter of dispute among the participants in the dialogue, which the UN mission proposed to extend its sessions to finalize the details of the road map, leading to solving the Libyan crisis.
The participants are eagerly awaiting the birth of a new and unified authority in their country within the next two days, which will manage the next phase until elections are held at the end of next year, after achieving an initial consensus among the participants in the Libyan dialogue held in the Tunisian capital, on the distribution of positions between the three regions.