Uncertainty shrouds the fate of the elections in Libya, even as ordinary Libyans keep protesting against plans to postpone them.
Libyans campaign for holding the elections this month, even as they were scheduled to be held on December 24 of last year.
The United States has already begun escalating its rhetoric against election obstructionists.
The international community seems, meanwhile, to be disappointed at the postponement of the elections.
This community used to pin great hopes on the polls to snatch Libya out of the chaos in which it was mired for many years now.
The House of Deputies (parliament) is now working on a new political roadmap, which will include a new date and new mechanisms for the elections.
A committee formed by the house held its second meeting on January 1 at the branch of the parliament in Libyan capital, Tripoli.
The meeting focused on the committee’s work program as well as on the parties the committee would contact in the coming period.
The committee also unveiled its plan to hold meetings with the representatives of all Libyan political, military and security forces, along with all other parties concerned with the political process in the country.
It said it would expand the base of participation and listen to all opinions and proposals.
The committee was formed by the House of Deputies on December 22, 2021. It consists of ten members and is responsible for preparing a proposal for a post-December 24 roadmap.
Committee Head, Nasreddine Muhanna, said earlier that the committee had convened twice since its formation in Tobruk and Tripoli to draw a clear, practical and comprehensive map for the next stage.
This, he added, would only be achieved with the participation of all political decision-makers in Libya.