Former Interior Minister: Armed groups in Tripoli have become a major threat to Libya

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

BENGHAZI – “The draft constitution contains many flaws that need to be fully re-evaluated,” Former Interior Minister Ashour Shuwail said during a televised interview on Saturday.

The former interior minister considered the establishment of armed groups in Tripoli and some other areas as the military armaments for certain parties. He said that these armed groups were established in a certain period of time until they become a major threat to Libya now and in the future.

He went on to say: “Regarding the Central Bank of Libya, there is information that those who are stationed in the sensitive state positions are from a particular group that claim to belong to Libya, while they take orders and instructions from behind the sea and borders. This is a serious issue “He said.

He stressed the need to scrutinize the civil record through which the election or the identification of voters occur, believing that it is possible to conduct elections under the current circumstances, provided there is a constitutional declaration or a modified constitution.

Shuwail believes that some of the armed formations in Tripoli have raised some problems in the nearby areas, while there is high control of the army in the eastern region and some western areas.


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