The Address | Benghazi – Libya
BOUZNIKA – Libyan rival parties negotiating in Morocco has agreed to distribute seven state sovereign positions between the three Libyan regions, sources tell The Libyan Address Journal.
According to the sources, Libyan delegations of the House of Representatives and the High Council of State agreed on the distribution of seven sovereign positions out of ten positions.
They also agreed that two figures from the Cyrenaica region would assume the task of the head of the Administrative Control Authority and the Governor of the Central Bank of Libya.
Sources reported that it was agreed that two figures from the Fezzan region would assume the task of the head of the Corruption Commission and the president of the Supreme Court.
Three figures from the Tripolitania region would assume the task of the President of the High Electoral Commission, the Attorney General, and the head of the Audit Bureau for the Tripoli region.
Delegations from HoR and HCS have been holding peace talks in the Moroccan city of Bouznika in an effort to reach a political settlement to the Libyan civil war. The delegations have not announced yet their final agreement.