The Presidential Council took action after the demonstrations held in the capital Tripoli as well as Tobruk, Sirte, Derne and Benghazi on July 1, when the House of Representatives was raided and set on fire.
In a series of meetings, the council members agreed on a resolution plan that would address the political stalemate in the country.
According to a written statement from the Press Office of the Presidency Council, Deputy Chairman of the Council, Abdullah al-Lafi, was tasked with negotiating with the political circles to reach a consensus on the details of the plan and then creating a roadmap that will end the transition process through elections, with clearly defined stages.
It was stated that among the prominent elements of the solution plan in question were “preserving the unity of the country, ending the war and political division, consolidating the atmosphere of peace, ending foreign intervention and promoting national solutions”.
Some young groups in Libya, who set out with the slogan of “Youth Revolution” by organizing over social media about 2 weeks ago, on July 1, the capital Tripoli, as well as the cities of Tobruk, Sirte and Derne, and where the leader of the armed forces in the east of the country, Khalifa Haftar, lived. and held demonstrations in Benghazi, where tight security measures were taken.
In the evening of the same day, the activists stormed the House of Representatives in Tobruk and set the building on fire.
Source: TRT Haber