​​​​​​​Libyan MP: GNA is imposed, it is unconstitutional

Libyan Parliament member Idris al-Maghrabi indicated that Accord Government was strongly enforced in the so-called Skhirat conference, but it did not gain the confidence of the Libyan parliament until this moment, and therefore this government is unconstitutional or legal.

Libyan Parliament member Idris al-Maghrabi said during an interview with Hawar news agency (ANHA) that the Accord Government is illegal and did not gain the confidence of the Libyan parliament, according to the Libyan constitutional declaration, noting that Libya has an interim constitution in which all existing institutions operate.

"The government was imposed by the power of the international community in the so-called Skhirat conference, but it did not win the confidence of the Libyan parliament until this moment, and therefore this government is unconstitutional and not legal," he said.

And the member of the Libyan Parliament continued: "Whoever comes to the international community and imposes it on the Libyan people is considered a client of ours, and they are trying to take away the wealth and resources of Libya completely in order to stay in their positions."

A member of the Libyan House of Representatives confirmed that the Accord Government has lost its legitimacy since its inception, noting that it has not been constitutionally ratified, nor does it have a geographical area of ​​Libya that exceeds 30% of the area, oil resources and all sources of supply in Libya and the supply and revenues of the Libyan people are not under the control of this government.

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ANHA


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