Spokesman of the Libyan National Army (LNA), Major General Ahmed al-Mismari, said that LNA forces are not a party to any political conflict in the country, and do not support one party at the expense of the other.
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The French website Intelligence Online confirmed the existence of security and intelligence coordination between Turkey and Egypt to consider the extradition of some Egyptian Brotherhood leaders.
The Justice and Construction Party (JCP), a political party associated with the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood, has urged the House of…
Facebook’s parent company Meta Platforms, revealed in a recent report that Justice and Construction Party, a political party closely associated with the Libyan Libyan Muslim Brotherhood, used fake Turkey-based online accounts to make “inflammatory statements” and “encourage harassment”.
Twenty two leaders of armed groups in the Western region published a statement on Tuesday declaring their refusal to holding Libya elections based the laws approved by the House of Representatives (HoR), in clear and explicit support for the position of the prominent leader at the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood Group, Khalid al-Mishri.
Khaled Al-Mishri, the chairman of the High Council of State, has threatened to ignite violence in Libya’s western region of Tripolitania if Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar, the leader of the Libyan National Army (LNA), wins the upcoming presidential elections.
The Libyan Muslim Brotherhood has decided to rebrand its affiliate political party, the so-called Justice and Construction Party, and rename it “the Democratic Party”.
The Libya Stabilization Act, which the U.S. House of Representatives passed in early September, would be used as “a tool to exclude Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar from the political scene and punish him”, a member of the Muslim Brotherhood said on Saturday.
The Muslim Brotherhood leader, Abdel Razzaq al-Aradi, said “the Libyan Presidential Election Law is challenged in its legitimacy, and it is the right of those who reject it to reject its consequences, especially the results of the presidential elections.”
The Libyan journalist Mahmud Elforjani urged his followers on Facebook to get ready for the elections scheduled for December 24 in Libya.