Tariq al-Jarushi, a member of the Parliament’s Defense and National Security Committee in Tobruk, said that parliament members present in the capital, Tripoli, are wanted by justice on charges of betraying the country, accusing them of providing political cover to terrorist groups.
Al-Jaroushi said, in statements to the Russian “Sputnik” agency, which was viewed by “Og”, that there are 40 deputies in Tripoli who are defected from the House of Representatives wanted for justice on charges of betraying the country and bringing in the colonizer, stressing that they represent rape of the will of the Libyan people and plundering the authority of the House of Representatives, in addition to splitting the row Patriotism, deepening the rift of strife and tearing the interests of the people.
complete that these dissident deputies provide political cover for the actions of terrorists and criminals in the capital by meeting and electing the nephew of the illegal Minister of Foreign Affairs of government of accord as their president is an embodiment of tribalism and regionalism and a consecration of favoritism.
Al-Jaroushi added that the deputies in Tripoli did not respect the constitutional declaration and renounced the oath and reneged on the covenant. They were distracting our national efforts and pushing us backward, which contributed to the deviation of the national compass of the parliament by right and fact many times.
On Thursday, members of the House of Representatives held in Tripoli elected a new presidency for them, nearly six months after the election of a presidency headed by a member of the Council for Tajoura Sadiq Al-Kahili.
The election process that took place at the meeting of members of the House of Representatives in Tripoli resulted in the selection of Deputy Hammouda Siala as President, a Member of Parliament. Jalal Al-Shuwaidi as First Vice-President, Deputy Muhammad Lino as Second Deputy, Deputy Musab Al-Abed as Rapporteur, and Deputy Rahma Abu Bakr Adam as Vice-Rapporteur.
The region is witnessing a heightened tension due to the Libyan crisis, especially after the approval of the Turkish Parliament to authorize Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to send Turkish military forces to the Libyan capital, Tripoli, to support the illegal government of accord.
On April 4, Khalifa Hifter announced the launch of an operation to “liberate” the capital Tripoli from “militias and armed groups”, in conjunction with the announcement of the UN envoy in Libya, the holding of the National All-Inclusive Forum, from 14 to 16 April. The past in Ghadames.
The Secretary-General of the Arab League called on all Libyan parties to exercise restraint and reduce the state of escalation field resulting from the recent military moves in the western regions of the country, and to commit to the political path as the only way to end the crisis in Libya, and return to the dialogue aimed at reaching a national settlement exclusively to get the country out of the crisis that live it.
Libya has been in a political and military crisis since 2011, where two parties are currently fighting for power: the Government of National Accord the Internationally supported, led by Faiz al-Sarraj, and the second, the interim government of eastern Libya, supported by the House of Representatives in Tobruk.