Home / Politics / Al-Mismari comes out in a televised interview, despite the decision of the Supreme Commander of the Army to prevent the “military” from appearing without his permission.

Al-Mismari comes out in a televised interview, despite the decision of the Supreme Commander of the Army to prevent the “military” from appearing without his permission.

The spokesman for Haftar militias, Ahmed Al-Mismari, went out in an interview with Libya Al-Hadath, announcing a “large” parade of their forces without permission from the Presidential Council, the supreme commander of the Libyan army.

Al-Mismari justified their defeat in Tripoli that they were fighting over a vast area of ​​land, calling for the Turkish forces to leave without addressing the mercenaries of the Wagner and Janjaweed occupying the Al-Jufra base and the city of Sirte, and the Khadim base that the UAE takes as foothold in Libya, east of the city of Benghazi.

According to the presidential decree, the appearance of “soldiers” on the media without prior permission is a prohibited action and is punishable by law according to the Military Penal Code and the Army Service Law.

It is worth noting that the Presidential Council, in its capacity as Supreme Commander of the Libyan Army, issued a decision on April 19 to prevent officers holding leading positions from traveling outside the country or appearing in the media without his permission.

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