While Fathi Bashagha, head of the new Libyan stability government, intends to visit the oil regions in the country, his rival Abdel Hamid al-Dabaiba, head of the unity government, played down the importance of the violent clashes that took place in the city of Zawiya, west of the capital, Tripoli, over the past two days, saying: “It was not between Armed groups, it was just a family dispute.”
Al-Dabaiba added in a press conference held at the headquarters of the Ministry of the Interior, which he suddenly inspected, that “the ministry is the number one accused of armed clashes, in reference to what happened in the corner and it turned out to be a family dispute,” he said. In a public criticism of the role of the Ministry of Interior, Dabaiba said, “It was necessary for it to intervene from the beginning to end armed clashes of this kind,” noting that “the Ministry of Interior must mobilize itself from the beginning and not come late.”
Al-Dabaiba called for the necessity of the security directorates to have a role in solving the problems that occur in a number of cities, the latest of which was what happened in Al-Zawiya, and the necessity of apprehending those who contributed to terrorizing the city’s residents, as well as the necessity of apprehending all those who contributed to terrorizing the city’s residents and taking disciplinary and legal measures in it. The Ministry provided a detailed position on it.
On the other hand, Fathi Bashagha, Prime Minister-designate of the House of Representatives, was scheduled to go later yesterday to the Oil Crescent region to inspect the recently closed ports and oil fields.
Local sources suggested the gradual return of oil exports after Bashagha’s visit to the region, which is controlled by the National Army forces led by Field Marshal Khalifa Haftar. During his tour yesterday evening in the city of Sirte, Bashagha pledged that his government would overcome all difficulties and provide all necessary and necessary needs to various cities and municipalities in order to improve the performance of services in various fields.