Mohammed al-Menfi, chairman of the Presidential Council, arrived in Tobruk on Saturday where he will meet with municipal officials and civil society representatives to discuss national reconciliation, according to a brief statement by the Council.
The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) denied on Saturday allegations that claim that it allowed the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) to discuss proposals which aim to obstruct the general elections in December. Instead, the U.N. Mission accused the LPDF members of making such proposals for the sake of their own “partisan and particular interest”.
Libya’s House of Representatives has an “alternative plan” if the country fails to hold the presidential and parliamentary elections on December 24, House Speaker Aguila Saleh told the press on Saturday.
Al-Magarha tribe in southern Libya said in a statement If its son Abdulla Al-Senussi, intelligence chief of late Libyan ruler Muammar Gaddaf, is not released from Mitiga prison in Tripoli within 72 hours, the tribe would have to block the Man-Made River water.