Tripoli, Libya – At the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum in Tunisia, Libyan Prime Minister Fayiz al-Sarraj said he was happy with the agreement, announcing a compromise on holding elections in December 2021.

In a written statement, Libyan Prime Minister Fayiz al-Sarraj said he welcomed the agreement on December 24, 2021 as a timetable for the election and decided to allocate a budget to the High Election Commission so that it could conduct the elections.

Libyan Prime Minister al-Sarraj, who did not provide information on the budget to be allocated, said he supported the elections, which are expected to bring the country out of the crisis.

Stephanie Williams, representative of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), said on November 13 that talks were held at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum, attended by 75 Libyans elected by the UN in the Tunisian capital, and that the forum had reached a consensus on holding elections in the country on December 24, 2021.