Libyan tribal chieftains stated they’ll file a lawsuit against tribesmen who predicted to an Egyptian army intervention in Libya, Anadolu Agency reports.
“We declare that the launching of lawsuits against [Libyan] taxpayers who promised to represent the ancestral tribes went into Egypt,” reads a record accepted by Libyan tribal chieftains.
They condemned”the behavior of their decision-makers in Egypt by having a bunch of Libyans who promised to represent the tribes, however, they actually don’t represent the will of the Libyan people”.
The chieftains stated the conduct of the Egyptian leadership”was a clear breach of worldwide law and the UN principles”, moving on to worry those tribesmen”just represent the needs of the offender Khalifa Haftar”.
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Signatories of this record comprise the elders of the Libyan cities of Zilten, Surman, Khoms, Al-Ajaylat, Janzur, Souq Al-Jum’aa in addition to the Al-Sahel and Al-Jabal Notables Councils.
In mid-July, the Egyptian President Abdel Fattah Al-Sisi met with a bunch of Libyan tribesmen, who stated they’ve mandated the Egyptian army to intervene in Libya to”shield the Libyan sovereignty”.
Al-Sisi’s phone to arm the Libyan tribes in favour of Haftar contrary to the Libyan Internationally-recognised authorities has attracted a prevalent criticism within Libya.
Considering April 2019, Haftar’s illegitimate forces have launched attacks on the Libyan capital of Tripoli and other pieces of northwestern Libya, leading to greater than 1,000 deaths, such as civilian women and kids.
However, the Libyan government has just achieved considerable victories, compelling Haftar’s forces from Tripoli and the strategic town of Tarhuna.
Haftar was supported globally by Russia, France, Egypt, and the UAE.
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