The Address | Benghazi – Libya
TRIPOLI – Angry protester from the Ghout Al-Shaal area in Tripoli choose to express their anger in a different way. They posted their angry slogans on the walls and shop doors to express their discomfort due to the deteriorating of public services and living condition in the city.
Protesters’ writings varied from blaming the Presidential Council and the GNA Ministry of Electricity and Renewable Energies. Protests in Tripoli erupted last week after the continued power outages in the city for more than ten hours a day. Residents of the biggest Libyan city also protested the lack of financial liquidity and unstable security situation.