The Head of the Libyan High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri has told Arabi 21 website that Khalifa Haftar is being funded and supported, in his war on Tripoli, by four local parties, especially the Moammar Gaddafi regime figures and military officers.
UAE-linked “Aref Al-Nayed” proposed to form Libya’s post-war government to Trump administration officials
The US President Donald Trump administration officials have had multiple meetings with former Libyan UAE ambassador, Aref Al-Nayed, who is aligned with Khalifa Haftar, hinting that the American administration may be rethinking its Libya policy, according to Defense One website.
It appears that Libya’s Minister of Justice, Mohamed Lamloum, underestimated the public reaction to his statements before the International Criminal Court (ICC) last Tuesday. The ICC was hearing an appeal from the defence team of Saif Al-Islam Gaddafi’s who were disputing the case’s admissibility before the international court.
Libyan parties have rejected the trial of Saif al-Islam, son of late Muammar al-Gaddafi, at the International Criminal Court (ICC) after Libya’s representative at the court, Ahmed al-Jehani, agreed to bring him to The Hague.
The International Criminal Court completed on Tuesday hearing the defense of Saif al-Islam, son of the late Libyan leader Moammar al-Gaddafi, in his request for an appeal of charges against him.
Egypt hosted on Saturday a meeting of members of the Libyan House of Representatives based in Tobruk to unite their visions and efforts for the settlement of war-torn Libya’s crisis, official MENA news agency reported.
Members of the Libyan Parliament met in a second meeting in Cairo with members of Egypt’s parliament on Saturday, in which they agreed on a road map to resolve the country’s crisis.
Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the head of the Libyan National Army (LNA), has explained the situation in the war-torn country and described Libya’s potential future in an interview with Sputnik.
Khalifa Haftar told Sputnik that Moammar Gaddafi’s son, Saif Al-Islam, has every right to run for president in Libya.
In countries as diverse as Egypt, Libya, Syria, and Tunisia, ordinary citizens took to the streets to challenge their authoritarian rulers and demand dignity, equality, and social justice. For a moment, it seemed as if change had finally arrived in the Middle East. Yet in the aftermath of the Arab …