Head of Libya’s HCS: Dbeibah’s government is a “militia” that wants to seize control by force

The Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Khalid Al-Mishri has accused the Prime Minister of the Government of National Unity Abdul Hamid Dbeibah of hindering the voting on the constitutional basis for elections, saying Dbeibah ordered a ban on renting auditoriums and halls in hotels across the capital.

Al-Mishri said what Dbeibah is doing against a state authority is happening for the first time since February revolution in 2011, adding that Dbeibah is using a media campaign to distort the image of the HCS.

“The HCS is going to file a complaint with the Attorney General’s Office and then resume the sessions and meetings. No one can prevent the HCS from convening.” Al-Mishri added.

Al-Mishri remarked that the Government of National Unity is “a militia government” that wants to seize control and impose its orders by force.

In the morning on Monday, Al-Mishri has suspended holding session in Tripoli because of the presence of armed vehicles in the vicinity, HCS member Nayema Al-Hami told Libya Alahrar TV.


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