Awlad Sulaiman and Gadadfa tribes vowed to cease their fire and hand in the locations they were positioned in during the last clashes in Sabha to the authorities.
They also vowed to never return to the locations and reopen the roads they blocked.
Signing a doctrine of peaceful coexistence in the presence of reconciliation delegations from across Libya, the two tribes confirmed Saturday that neither side would venture a random reaction to any attack by the other side but will only respond to the perpetrator individually.
“We both agree not to arrest anyone based on their identity cards.” The doctrine, which includes 12 points and has been signed in Minshiya district, reads, adding that the tribe shall never pay the price for individual actions.
“Both tribes shall not inform media outlets about any issues that can lead to escalating the problems and each side shall compensate the second side for any damage or wrongdoing, while any individual committing a crime must be alone held accountable and sent to the relevant authorities, which will be agreed upon by the two tribes and the reconciliation committee.” The doctrine reads.
No social covering any more for the criminals who attack the other tribe and be adamant to turn themselves in to the authorities, agreed both tribes, remarking that both sides must speak out their demands to each other and vow to commit to the doctrine.