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Civilian Forces movement: Salama told us that Hifter must first approve the list of participants in the Geneva Dialogue

Civilian forces refuted the statements of a spokesman for the UN mission, who denied what was reported by the Political Current Office regarding the necessity of Hifter’s approval of the list of participants from the Parliament of Tobruk and the independents in the political dialogue in Geneva.

The movement added in a statement on its official page, Wednesday, that Salama informed them of the need for Hifter to approve the list of participants from the House of Representatives Tobruk and the independents in the political dialogue in Geneva, during a meeting between the civil forces movement and the political office at the headquarters of the mission, stressing that Salama’s statement was issued in front of a number From the attendants of the components and forces of civil society

It is worth noting that the forces of the civil movement accused the UN mission of blatantly attacking the Libyan sovereignty and its legitimate institutions if it continued its approach after proceeding in the political dialogues in Geneva, ignoring the position of the House of Representatives and the Supreme Council of State.

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