On Sunday, the Libyan consul general in Marseille, France, Abdel Salam Al-Qadi, said that Libyans sympathize with their African brothers due to the circumstances that led them to emigrate. A source in the consulate said that the judge, during his speech at the gathering, denounced what he deemed as a …Read More »
On Saturday, the Libyan-American Friendship Association said that it was surprised by Libya being accused of conducting slave trade in a report broadcast by CNN. The association warned in a statement released of the “serious” consequences of accusing Libya of this phenomenon and the consequent “interventions” in Libyan affairs by …Read More »
Head of Justice and Construction Party Mohamed Sowan: invoking accusations that are not proven in order to interfere in Libyan affairs is unacceptable
On Friday, the head of the Justice and Construction Party, Mohamed Sowan, said that the exploitation of Libya’s political situation by countries looking for justifications for intervention is unacceptable. He added that Libya is the first victim of the crisis of illegal immigration, and the allegations of a slave trade …Read More »
The Presidential Council confirms that the Attorney General’s Office has launched the investigation into the allegations of slave trade in Libya.
Calling on the local and international actors to cooperate with the prosecutor’s office, the presidential council said in a statement on Thursday that if the allegations of the “slave trade” are proven, those involved would be brought to justice. The Presidential Council pointed out that the “decisive” solution to the …Read More »
MP Ahmed Maiteiq said on Sunday that they had set up commissions of inquiry into published reports of a slave trade in the suburbs of Tripoli stressed the need to arrest the accused and bring them to justice. According to the Information Department of the Government of National Accord. #ArraedLG …Read More »