The National Bloc in Tobruk Parliament rejected Monday results of Rome Conference, describing the conference as a violation of Libya's sovereignty.
It confirmed, in a statement, that the dialogue is strategic and inevitable for all the Libyan people, provided that it should be without trusteeship from some countries and extremist powers, according to the statement.
The Bloc considered the results of Rome conference a jump over the events, and a kind of international agendas that made Leon’s proposals a model of international trusteeship on the current situation in Libya.
"We, the National Bloc in the Libyan House of Representatives, reject this form of dialogue. We think that the Libyan-Libyan dialogue is the way out of the Libyan crisis. We also refuse the representation of the House's dismissed dialogue committee since it lacks the legitimacy." Added the statement.
The Bloc also said it is ready to deal with the UNSMIL if it respects the Libyan sovereignty.