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Bashagha: Dismantling “militias” requires a lot of resources, and we have made efforts to rehabilitate them and bring them under the authority of the state.

Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha said, Saturday, that dismantling the “armed militias” requires a lot of resources from the state, and that what we have achieved so far is efforts to rehabilitate them “and direct them in a realistic manner.”

In an interview with the French newspaper Le Point, Bashagha added that the Ministry of Interior tried to train members of these “militias” and subject them to the authority of the state so that we could design our own program for them.

Bashagha explained that, since 2018, the police have managed to secure Tripoli, and its presence is more widespread, and now it has more capacity to complete its work, and with the security forces they have been able to operate normally, stressing the arrest of many prominent criminals, such as human, drug and oil traffickers, and the arrest of members of extremist groups in the west of the country.

It is worth noting that, on March 2, the security services arrested the main suspect in the killing of 26 illegal immigrants from Bangladesh and 4 other African immigrants in the city of Mizda.

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