A group of western Libyan deputies who defected from the Libyan parliament in the east of the country announced their rejection of the outcomes of the talks taking place in Bouznika, noting that they are unilateral talks,
A group of Western Libyan deputies who defected from the Libyan parliament in the east of the country announced their rejection of the outcomes of the talks taking place in Bouznika, noting that they are unilateral talks and fall outside the umbrella of the United Nations, and that any decision issued by them bears no significance.
According to a statement issued by the members of the Parallel Council in Tripoli, they are outside of these talks, which they described as seeking to share personal gains and do not override the interests of the homeland and the citizen. It does not aim to alleviate the suffering of the citizen and enable him to actively participate in the political process to ensure the success of the dialogue, and that they will adhere to the necessity of the referendum on the constitution.
The statement described the participants in the dialogue as “seeking after incalculable adventures that circumvent the law and the supreme interests of the country and ignore the clear solution that lies in the legislative and presidential elections.”
He was the premier of the State Council Khalid Al Mashri It was announced that there is an upcoming meeting to sign a preliminary agreement on the sovereign positions next Thursday.
Al-Mashri added that no names have been presented for the positions of the state, indicating that there is a crisis of confidence and we must bridge the gap of mistrust.
Al-Mishri rejected the process of distributing positions at the level of the three regions, stressing that what happened regarding the new presidential council is just an attempt to pass through the current crisis, and that all sovereign institutions should be in Tripoli, rejecting that Sirte be the headquarters of the new government and that it should operate from Tripoli.