Kubis’s comments come amid a continuing battle of appeals against those who were refused candidacy for the presidential elections.
Kubis described the elections as an opportunity that should not be missed, for a future that transcends all differences, pointing out that the high turnout of voters to register is evidence that the majority understand the importance of the event.
Statistics of the Electoral Commission indicated that about two million electoral cards have been delivered so far, while the delivery process will be completed next Sunday.
Saif al-Islam Gaddafi to the fore
Video clips of some of Saif al-Islam Gaddafi’s supporters got rid of their cards, which made the latter return to the front again, calling on Libyans to continue receiving the ballot papers.
Gaddafi’s position came after the High Electoral Commission announced his ineligibility to run for elections.
In an effort to bring him back into competition, Saif al-Islam’s lawyer submitted a legal challenge to his exclusion, describing the committee’s exclusion of him as political and not legal, because his file meets the requirements.
Saif al-Islam’s request was rejected, according to a legal article that excludes those convicted of a felony or crime once and for all.
Saif al-Islam was not the only one among those excluded who worked under his father, Bashir Saleh, the former director of Muammar Gaddafi’s office, was also excluded.
It is worth noting that the committee initially accepted 73 applicants to compete for the presidency, out of 98 files.