Congressman Al-Hwaili: Sirraj government not welcomed in Tripoli
Sirraj government has no place in Tripoli and will not be welcomed by anyone, member of the General National Congress (GNC), Abdelkader Al-Hwaili, said on Wednesday.
Speaking to Press Solidarity, Al-Hwaili said the Government of National Accord does not represent the GNC and they will not take any part in it.
“The situation the UN envoy, Martin Kobler, is placed in is very bad as he was refused permission to visit Tripoli several times by authorities in Tripoli.” Indicated Al-Hwaili.
He added that the President of Tobruk Parliament Aqilah Saleh is visiting Tripoli soon to discuss the completion of the Libyan-Libyan dialogue.
He also clarified that the Prime Minister of the Salvation Government is to pay a visit to the President of the African Union to engage him in the Libyan-Libyan dialogue. Al-Hwaili did not say when the visit would take place.
The Tunisia-based Presidential Council of UN-imposed government announced Tuesday a cabinet with 30 ministries and 2 state ministers, while 2 members of the council walked out in protest. The cabinet was referred to Tobruk Parliament for approval.