“Sultan Of Tebu” Denouncing Referendum And “Threatening”

The Address | Benghazi – Libya

MURZUQ – The so-called “Sultan of the Tebu,” Ahmed I, denounced the decision of the referendum on the Libyan Constitution for violating Article 30 of the Constitutional Declaration regarding compatibility with the Tebu, Amazigh and Tuareg.

He warned, in a statement, those who are responsible for the referendum to bear the consequences of the “racist” referendum, as described.

“If Libya does not accommodate minorities, we will show you how to take our rights away from the language of dialogue, which has not worked with you,” he said.

“We call upon all the Tabu tribes and its legitimate bodies (political and military) to stand together to confront this racist referendum that wants to usurp our land and rights,” he said.


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