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Bashagha: In the investigation session, we emphasized the cohesion of the security services.

Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha emphasized the cohesion of the security services, the integration of state institutions, and that the security and military agencies work under the leadership of the Presidential Council in coordination with each other.

On Thursday, after the investigation session, Bashagha said that my compliance with the administrative investigation according to Presidential Council Resolution 562 of 2020 ″ confirms the work of the Minister of Interior under the legitimacy of the Presidential Council, respect for the state’s hierarchy and the discipline of its institutions under the rule of law.

Bashagha added that during the session, it was stressed the continuation of the program of integration and rehabilitation of the security and military forces in order to enable them to perform their role entrusted to them, and the emphasis on the commitment of state institutions to exercise the functions assigned to them in accordance with Libyan legislation and the integration between them in meeting the needs of the citizens.

Bashagha explained that the session lasted for more than five hours and twenty minutes, with the participation of members of the Presidential Council and the Minister of Interior, without the presence of any other parties, and that the questions mainly revolved around the recent demonstrations, their security and penetration, and the role of the Interior Ministry and the various security agencies of the state in securing them.

It is worth noting that the Presidential Council suspended the Minister of Interior, Fathi Bashagha, from his work, on August 28 this month, and demanded his appearance for administrative investigation before the Presidential Council within 72 hours of the issuance of the decision.

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