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Justice and Construction: No return to arms rule

The head of the Justice and Construction Party, Mohamed Sawan warned on Wednesday all parties taking part in the clashes south of Tripoli of the consequences of “adventures” and their results in the loss of life, destruction and further complication of the crisis in Libya.

The head of the party confirmed that they have been working continuously for a while with the “sincere” to find a political solution; to address the disparity away from the use of violence, indicating the existence of a “large” political movement at all levels working for reform.

“We cannot accept the elimination of militias using other militias,” he said.

South of the capital Tripoli witnessed clashes over the past two days, resulting in multiple causalities.

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