The operations room for the protection and security of Sirte and Al-Jufra affiliated to the illegal Government of National Accord announced its rejection of the continuation of the transitional governments, considering that this is a waste of time and effort and an increase in corruption and the looting of public money.
The Chamber said, in a statement, read by “og”, that it must stop these governments and go to referendums on the constitution and seek presidential and parliamentary elections.
She emphasized that the meetings that are held in various countries of the world for the purpose of sharing power do not concern them, regardless of their results, unless there is someone who represents them by direct choice on their part.
The statement stated: “We warn those who want to tamper with the fate of the Libyans for their personal goals, and we affirm that we are fully prepared to offer our souls in loyalty to the martyrs. The values and principles of the February 17 Revolution are a red line that we will not neglect, regardless of the motives and reasons.” Or accept leaders they described as terrorists.
Starting Monday, the city of Hurghada, on the Red Sea coast in Egypt, will host a Libyan security meeting within the talks of the joint military committee known as “5 + 5”, which stemmed from the meeting and outputs of Berlin to discuss some security and military files.
An Egyptian diplomatic source confirmed, in statements to Al-Arabiya, that the meeting is being held under the direct auspices of the United Nations and is discussing the formation of a joint force to cease fire in Libya, unify the military establishment, and arrangements to ensure the security of institutions, oil installations and infrastructure.
In parallel, the Moroccan city of Bouznika is hosting the second round of consultations between the delegations of the Supreme Council of the Muslim Brotherhood, the “consultative state,” and the House of Representatives meeting in Tobruk to agree on mechanisms for selecting sovereign positions and reconfiguring the Presidency Council.
Next October, the Swiss capital, Geneva, will host a meeting between all Libyan parties, specifically the “State and Parliament”; To select a new Presidential Council and government; Especially after the President of the Presidency Council of the illegal government of reconciliation, Fayez Al-Sarraj, announced that he would resign during the same month due to popular pressure and demonstrations.
The last period has witnessed many meetings in Morocco, Switzerland and Egypt to discuss an attempt to resolve the Libyan crisis and get out of the current crisis, in light of the confused political scene in Libya, and the deterioration of living conditions.
Despite the multiplicity of political meetings and movements during the current period, which apparently reflects serious steps towards resolving the Libyan crisis, all of them are in the context of prolonging the transitional period, against the desire of the Libyans who have been exhausted by conflicts and are hoping to hold presidential and parliamentary elections as soon as possible. It portends an explosion of conditions and out of control.