Algerian President Abdelmadjid Tebboune announced that he proposed an election model for the Libyan elections, which has become a prevalent subject of discussion as the envisaged election date of December 24 approaches.
The Algerian president also claimed that with this model, upcoming elections would be more inclusive and efficient. In addition to this, Tebboune stated that the elections should be held separately in different parts of the regions and this proposal was shared in detail with all Libyan officials who have visited Algeria recently.
Tebboune, who made statements to Algerian state television during the week, stated that the elections could not be held in one day, but at 20-day intervals and separately in different regions determined, and that the winning parties would gain legitimacy in this way.
Nonetheless, Tebboune emphasized that there are some individuals and institutions that spoil the national dialogue process in Libya, and that the December date determined for the holding of the elections within the scope of the road map is rapidly approaching.