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The Fezzan Authority calls for the respect of the sovereignty of the Libyan state while meeting foreign invitations.

The Fezzan Social Authority called, Tuesday, to respect the sovereignty of the Libyan state, and to notify the Libyan Ministry of Foreign Affairs of all meetings and invitations to any Libyan political or social parties.

Activists, intellectuals and notables of Fezzan demanded, in a statement issued by them, that Arraed obtained a copy of, to respect the principle of political Multiplicity, and not to confiscate the right to represent the region in one political direction.

The Authority called on the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum and the UN mission in Libya to expedite the formation of the executive authority. In order for the Libyan state to regain its stability, sovereignty, and the unity of its institutions during the preliminary stage until the general elections, according to the constitutional entitlement.

The Authority saluted the people of Fezzan and all parts of Libya for their preservation despite all the difficult circumstances on the principle of Libya’s unity, sovereignty, independence, and the Libyan state’s civility and democracy, according to the text of the statement.

It is worth noting that the Fezzan Authority called, on Sunday, the UN mission in Libya, and the members of the Political Dialogue Forum to speed up the completion of the entitlements of the political track, end the division, and form an executive authority to supervise the elections, in accordance with the constitutional entitlement.

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