The parallel government controlling eastern Libya will impose a curfew from 6 p.m. to 6 a.m., excluding security and emergency personnel, to stop any spread of the coronavirus, its interior ministry said in a statement on Wednesday.
The Council of Elders and Dignitaries of Misurata denies issuing a statement calling the city’s sons to withdraw from the fighting fronts in Tripoli and Sirte.
The political and military leaders of the Amazigh town of Yefren have declared the state of full mobilization to repel Haftar’s attack on Tripoli, vowing to place all the town’s capabilities at the disposal of the Government of National Accord (GNA).
Municipalities of Greater Tripoli, members of the House of Representatives and the High Council of State, and elders and dignitaries of the capital have welcomed the state of full mobilization declared by most cities in western Libya to end Haftar’s aggression.
The Mayor of the Municipality of Sirte, Mukhtar Al-Madani condemned on Sunday the airstrikes conducted by Haftar’s forces on several areas in the city, including Al-Qardabiya Project and the Man-Made River Project.
The member of Murzuq municipality Mohammed Omar said a warplane for Khalifa Haftar’s forces struck Saturday afternoon Murzuq in southern Libya twice.
The Ministry of Local Government disclosed that it has agreed with dignitaries from different regions on the need to find a solution to Murzuq’s dispute.
The mayor of Gharyan Yousif Bdairi said the municipal council has told the Presidential Council’s Head Fayez Al-Sirraj urging him to announce the city a disaster area after the forces of Khalifa Haftar seized on April 04.
Libya held on Saturday municipal elections in nine areas where turnout in the country’s first voting for five years reached only about 38%.
The security services in Murzuq, southern Libya, have found mass graves in the outskirts of the city containing around 17 bodies of Tabu tribesmen.