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The Tunisian president’s analogy of the crisis in Libya with the situation in Afghanistan is ridiculous.

The head of the Justice and Construction Party Mohamed Sawan said on Tuesday that Tunisian President Qais Saaid’s talk of a constitution written by tribal leaders and projecting the Afghan situation on Libya is ridiculous.

Sawan added, in a post on his official page, that Saaed lacks the minimum level of knowledge of the political crisis in Libya and the composition of its people, explaining that Libya is like other countries consists of people and tribes, but is not a tribal society in the way that Saeed envisions, since it was declared since the 1920s the Tripoli Republic, and it was a Precedent for everyone.

Sawan indicated that Libya now has a constitution ready for referendum prepared by a body democratically elected by the people.

Sawan saw that Tunisian President Said intentionally or not moved away from the fundamental causes of the Libyan crisis represented in repeated plots to abort his revolution and damage the political track, and the imposition of a dictatorial military rule by force of arms, the latest of which was the aggression supported by the most prominent countries from which he made his statements.

Sawan put the blame on the Libyan foreign ministry; Because of its inability to achieve effective communication to convey the correct image of the crisis in Libya, even with the nearest countries to us. According to his expression.

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