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Arab Parliament Voices Deep Concern, Calls on Libyan Parties to Exercise Restraint


Tue 17 May 2022 | 06:59 PM
H-Tayea

On Tuesday, the Arab Parliament expressed its deep concern over the developments in the Libyan capital, Tripoli. It called on the Libyan parties to exercise restraint and give priority to the supreme national interest in order to preserve the lives and capabilities of the Libyan people and to get out of this critical stage with minimal losses.

In a statement, the Arab Parliament affirmed its full support for everything that would contribute to the return of stability to Libya. It called for the return of the language of dialogue between the Libyan various parties, leading to the holding of legislative and presidential elections.

The Arab Parliament warned of the danger of leaving the state prey to waves of violence between the conflicting parties.

The statement stressed the importance of the meetings of the joint constitutional process committee between the House of Representatives and the High Council of State, hosted by Egypt and under the auspices of the United Nations. It explained that this will push forward toward strengthening security and stability in Libya and achieving the aspirations of its people.

The Parliament noted that Libya is going through a crucial stage in its history, which requires everyone to stand united and agree on specific mechanisms and turn the pages of differences, as well as stopping foreign interference, in preparation for Libya's return to its position and its active role at the Arab, regional and international levels.

Notably, violent clashes erupted in the Libyan capital on Tuesday after Bashagha and his ministers entered Tripoli to seat his cabinet.