Libya’s GNA excludes war criminals from upcoming political process

The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj stressed Saturday the need to base the resumption of the political process in Libya on the right fundamentals excluding anyone who was part of shedding the blood of Libyans.

In a meeting in Tripoli for the Presidential Council members, Al-Sarraj said that presidential and parliamentary elections would aim to take Libya into a lasting stability and security stage.

The Presidential Council’s meeting went over the latest developments in the country and the international as well as the regional reactions to the latest ceasefire announcement.

The Presidential Council members stressed that Libya will always be a civilian state and that the military rule will never be an option, saying they will do all it takes to honor the sacrifices of the martyrs.

The meeting also saw reiteration on the desire to see a positive role by Egypt in Libya in the upcoming stage, hailing the roles of Turkey and Qatar in their support for the Government of National Accord (GNA) and the Libyan people.


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