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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.

The demonstrators called on, in a video statement, to remove the government from the city of Tripoli and transfer it to any other city, surprised that the presidency had turned a blind eye to the demands of the peaceful demonstrators calling for their daily needs.

The demonstrators confirmed that they were surprised by a negative change from the Presidential Council and the suspension and referral of Bashagha for investigation after he demanded the right of expression, protection of demonstrators, and the fight against corruption and the corrupt.

It is worth noting that the President of the Presidential Council, Fayez Al-Sarraj, issued a decision on Friday to suspend the Minister of Interior, Fathi Bashagha, as a precaution, from work and to appear for administrative investigation before the Council.

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