The Address | Benghazi – Libya
ROME – Italian Foreign Minister, Enzo Moavero Milanesi, said yesterday that the prospect of holding elections in Libya on December 10th “seems to have faded”.
Speaking at his party’s headquarters, Milanesi stated, “We do not want to impose the election date from outside”. Moreover, he said, “there is no electoral law, it is not known whether the system will be parliamentary or presidential, in other words: there are no conditions”.
Milanesi also affirmed that Italy “main interest” is stabilization of Libya.
Last month, the Italian Ambassador to Libya, Giuseppe Peroni, said Italy does not want elections in Libya at any cost because elections would increase instability, chaos, and conflict in the country, as stated.