Member of the Supreme Council of the State Ashater said on Tuesday that matters are not clear after the resignation of the UN envoy to Libya, Salama, even if his Deputy takes over the leadership of the mission until the appointment of a new envoy.
Ashater asked, in a statement to Arraed, whether the mission will continue the Ghassan Salama approach, known for its ambiguity, bias and surrender to the pressures of France and the United Arab Emirates, noting that he does not expect a change in the position of the State and Representatives Councils regarding their boycott of the political track, but as for the military track, it is doomed to end in failure. According to him.
Ashater stressed that attention is directed to the presidential council, which has lost a protective barrier by which it justifies its hesitant stances, as he put it, stressing that the presidential Council must now face the fait accompli with the presumption of boldness and self-reliance, not waiting for what is decided by others.
It is worth noting that the UN envoy to Libya submitted, on Monday, a request to the United Nations Secretary-General to exempt him from his post as an envoy to the Libyan file, which he had assumed since 2017.