On Saturday, Moroccan Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita hailed the outcome of the five days of talks in Tangier, Morocco, between Libyan members of Parliament.
“Having 123 deputies at the same table is in itself a success,” Bourita said.
He added that Libya needs a House of Representatives that plays its role, affirming that the next meeting in Libya will have a great impact on political dialogue.
The talks come at a time of increasing moves to break the deadlock in the country, which has Africa’s biggest oil reserves.
On Saturday, more than 120 Libyan MPs pledged in Morocco to “end the divisions” that undermine their country, starting by convening the elected parliament as soon as they return home.
The House of Representatives has not met for two years, and Libya has been wracked by violence and chaos since the toppling and killing of leader Muammar Gaddafi in 2011.
At the end of five days of talks in Tangier, 123 of the parliament’s 180 members pledged to put an end to “hate speech” and “divisions” that undermine Libyan institutions.
They vowed to hold “parliamentary elections and to complete the transition as soon as possible”, and that all members of the House of Representatives would meet in a session “as soon as they return” to Libya.