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Source:Libya Today

February 19, 2024 17:54 UTC

News Headlines, Monday, February 19, 2024

Libyan-American Alliance launches new legal initiative against Haftar consultations on the situation in Libya’s parallel government considers Bathily persona non grata begins work on ground tank in Ghadames to supply the city with water congratulates Mauritania on taking over rotating chair of AU court criminalizes handing over immigrants to Libyan authorities says Libyans want to form unified government that represents them all first deputy reviews political path with Italian ambassador, Brazilian president meet in Addis Ababa, discuss future cooperation Internal Security Apparatus accuses Amnesty International of publishing false information, UNSMIL initiate workshop on media's role in electoral engagement convicts 58 in passport forgery ring discusses with US embassy officials CBL unification efforts partnership to boost Libya's reconstruction, says economy minister to host North African under-23 wheelchair basketball qualifier forecasts robust economic growth for Libya in 2024 of several men takes place in Abu Salim in Tripoli Current status quo poses significant threat to the unity of Libya government calls for replacing UN envoy to Libya Bathily Ambassador in Cairo: Erdogan and Sisi agreed on preserving unity of Libya participates in African summit on establishing financial institutions, including African Investment Bank human rights organization inspects environmental, health and humanitarian situation in Bir al-Ghanam voices commitment to support Libyan efforts to choose unified government official urges collective engagement in Derna's reconstruction post-Storm Daniel, UNICEF sign $4 million agreement to support vulnerable children in Libya Navy participates in US maritime security workshop prompt warnings and evacuations in Derna and Susa discusses with military officials border demarcation concluded agreements company inspects construction site of oil refinery in southern Libya Qaddara reviews developments in geophysical surveying in Cyrenaica, Al-Kabir discuss reviewing financial statement of CBL companies say ready to establish new factories in Libya

Source:Libya Today

February 19, 2024 17:07 UTC

Bathily says Libyans want to form unified government that represents them all

Bathily added that members of the two councils are slow in finding a solution and say that Gaddafi remained in power for more than 42 years, while today they have been in power for 10 years. He pointed out that the only solution that can bring security and prosperity to Libya, and which the Libyans aspire to, is the formation of a new, unified government that represents all the regions, not a government that sides with a specific camp, region, or family, west or east, but rather a government for all Libyans. He also warned against forming a government similar to the previous government of Fathi Bashagha, saying that the formation of the House of Representatives alone for this government increased the intensity of the conflict and division, and that it did not serve the interests of Libyans. "It is no longer acceptable today for any party to stipulate its own continuation of positions of power because that would fuel the conflict or ignite war, and it is unfortunate to say that this possibility is no longer excluded in Libya today,” Bathily said, stressing the necessity of forming a new government. Regarding the situation in Derna, which was subjected to the flood disaster, Bathily said that this tragedy left thousands of victims and residents and they are still waiting for the reconstruction of their city on transparent and fair foundations, but the situation is not like that today and that has not been achieved yet.

Source:Libya Today

February 19, 2024 02:22 UTC

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