The Civilian Forces Movement has called on the Presidential Council, the House of Representatives, the High Council of State, and all security and military forces to forge a unified voice against any dialogue before ending the offensive against the capital and defeating the aggressors.
HoR Speaker says his political initiative is drafted by Russia, warns of imminent defeat in south Tripoli
The Speaker of the Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) Aqila Saleh said his political roadmap, which he announced on last Monday, was drafted by Russian experts working with HoR members in Libya.
The internationally recognized government of Libya, based in Tripoli and led by Faiez Serraj, continued its outreach with an olive branch to House of Representatives (HoR) members still aligned with HoR head Ageela Saleh and Khalifa Hafter.
Al-Kani (A.K.A. Al-Kanyat) militias, who are supporters of Khalifa Haftar’s forces, have committed more atrocities and kidnappings of Tarhouna-based persons, Head of Victims Organization for Human Rights, Nasser Al-Hawari, said Tuesday.
The decision of the International Criminal Court (ICC) to reject the appeal submitted by Saif al-Islam, son of late President Muammar Gaddafi, before The Hague, angered many Libyans, especially supporters of the former regime who stressed that local laws “prevent the extradition of Libyans to foreign countries.”
Libyan Crimes Watch said the legal advisor Salah Beltamer was arrested by gunmen in Marj town on Saturday, adding that relatives said the reason of the arrest was Beltamer’s criticism of arbitrary detention of judiciary officials and personnel.
The Libyan Army forces have destroyed an ammunition depot and a position for the forces of Khalifa Haftar in Qasir Benghashir, said Libyan Army spokesman Mohammed Gununu on Saturday.
Le Monde has revealed that out of their animosity to Turkey, Syria’s regime and Libya’s east-based Interim Government are forming a new axis to support Khalifa Haftar.
Tribal identity and loyalty play a fundamental role in Libyan society. During years of chaos and fighting, some reconciliation between groups has been possible.
The Libyan Cities and Tribes Conference has called for rejecting the militarization of the state and the tribe or one-man rule, stressing the need for building state institutions and ending conflicts.