The Secretary-General of the League of Arab States, Aboul Gheit, agreed during his meeting, on Sunday, with the Acting Head of the UN Mission in Libya, Stephanie Williams, on the importance of building on the statements of Fayez Al-Sarraj and the Speaker of the Tobruk Parliament, Aqeela Saleh , to …Read More »
Observers: The decision to suspend Bashagha stems from the corruption lobby, and the minister’s acceptance confirms his integrity.
At a time when the street awaits a brave and firm decision against the corrupt by the Presidential Council, local circles are surprised by the decision to suspend Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha as a precaution from work and refer him for administrative investigation. A decision that some described as ill-considered, …Read More »
Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay said that French President Emmanuel Macron is doing harm to his country by trying to prove himself by supporting the coup of Haftar. Oktay said, in an interview with the Turkish Anadolu News Agency, that Turkey is present in Libya as part of the activities …Read More »
Africa Intelligence: Egypt has reduced its support for Haftar because it does not want a direct confrontation with Turkey in Libya.
The French intelligence website Africa Intelligence reported that Egypt has begun to reduce its support for Haftar, and it may choose to support the Tobruk Parliament Speaker, Aqeela Saleh. For fear of a direct military confrontation with Turkey. The site stressed that Egyptian President Abdulfattah Alsisi is determined at all …Read More »
Erdogan calls on NATO to assume its responsibilities towards unilateral steps in the eastern Mediterranean.
Turkish President Rejep Tayyip Erdogan said that NATO should shoulder its responsibilities towards unilateral steps that ignore international law and harm regional peace in the eastern Mediterranean. On Friday, Erdogan added, during a phone call with NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg, that Turkey will continue to protect its rights and interests …Read More »
Bashagha welcomes the presidential decision and demands that the investigation session be broadcast live on the media.
Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha announced his respect for the law and his acceptance for the administrative investigation decision issued by the Presidential Council, demanding that the investigation be broadcast live on the media. Bashagha explained in a statement, Friday, that the request to transfer the session to the media is …Read More »
Protesters against the dismissal of Bashagha in Misurata are calling on the representatives and the supreme state Councils to form a mini-crisis government.
Demonstrators protesting the decision to suspend Interior Minister Fathi Bashagha in the city of Misurata on Saturday demanded the House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of the state and the Presidential Council combined to form a mini-crisis government with a comprehensive change of ministers and the entire sovereign positions. …Read More »
On Thursday, the Russian Foreign Ministry called on the Libyan parties to immediately start political talks within the framework of the mechanisms established by the resolutions of the Berlin Conference. The spokeswoman for the Russian Foreign Ministry, Maria Zakharova, said that her country is convinced that there is no alternative …Read More »
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said, Thursday, that the Turkish armed forces are supervising the rehabilitation of Libyan forces in the training centers they have established. Akar added, in statements to Anatolia, that Turkey’s activities in Libya are proceeding in accordance with international laws and humanitarian values, stressing the determination …Read More »
Presidential Council: We are concerned about the violations in Sirte and condemn Haftar’s militias stopping the electoral process in Traghin.
The Presidential Council expressed its concern about the violations occurring in the city of Sirte and the assaults, arrests and executions against its residents, similar to what happened in other cities that were controlled by Haftar’s militias. The presidential Council said in a statement, on Wednesday, that this is not …Read More »
On Thursday, Minister of Interior Fathi Bashagha warned armed groups that undermining the lives of demonstrators or exposing them to intimidation or withholding freedom in violation of the law, indicating that they may be forced to use force to protect them. Bashagha clarified in a statement that the ministry monitored …Read More »
Al-Msilati: The end of any transitional period without resorting to a constitution , drags the country into a new transitional period.
A member of the Constituent Assembly , Itimaad Al-Msilati, clarified, on Wednesday, that the end of the transional stage without resorting to the constitution approved by the elected body will drag the country to a third transitional period that may last for another four or five years. Al-Msilati added, in …Read More »
Russian President Vladimir Putin and Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte stressed, on Wednesday, that the crisis in Libya cannot be solved by military means, but rather through politics and diplomacy. The Russian presidency said, in a statement, reported by the Turkish Anatolia News Agency, that Putin and Conte reiterated, in …Read More »
Al-Mansouri: The draft constitution prepared by the elected body can be considered a constitutional base to end the Constituent process.
On Wednesday, a member of the Constitutional Commission, Daou Al-Mansoori, said that during the meeting with the President of the Presidency Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, accompanied by a number of members of the Commission an agreement was reached, on the need to end the constitutional process, as stipulated in the constitutional …Read More »
Reuters reported, Wednesday, that US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo assured UAE Foreign Minister Abdullah bin Zayed, “not to escalate and reach a permanent ceasefire in Libya.” The agency said that Pompeo discussed with bin Zayed the conflict in Libya during a short visit he made to the UAE today, …Read More »
The GNA has been seeking for some time to conclude serious agreements to build security and military institutions. The government recently signed several security and military memoranda of understanding with countries to provide advisory and logistical support and train the army and security forces. The countries with which the government …Read More »