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Arab League concerned about Libyan crisis

Arab League concerned about Libyan crisis

Cairo, Mar 7 (Prensa Latina) The Arab League expressed its concern about the crisis in Libya, which threatens to bury the agreements reached in 2021 and restart the civil war.
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The secretary general of the organization, Ahmed Aboul Gheit, called on all the actors involved to “work seriously and responsibly in creating the necessary security, political and legal conditions for the holding of national elections as soon as possible,” said a communiqué of the pan-Arab group.

The situation in Libya has deteriorated since last month after the appointment of Fathi Bashagha as interim prime minister to replace Abdel Hamid Dbeibah, who refused to hand over power before the elections.

The current situation has become more than ever a reason to renew the legitimacy of the institutions and put an end to the transition stage, said Aboul Gheit.

The House of Representatives, seated in the eastern city of Tobruk, chose the current Prime Minister, 59, to replace the former one, estimating that his mandate expired on December 24th, the date originally chosen to hold the presidential elections. However, the elections were postponed due to deep differences over various candidates, lack of security and technical problems.

So far there is no date for the celebration of elections, and everything indicates that they would take place next year.

This nation has been experiencing a spiral of violence since the overthrow of Muammar Gaddafi in 2011, after a war supported by members of the North Atlantic Treaty Organization, including the United States, France and the United Kingdom.


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