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Che poi una indipendenza dell'Est della Libia sarebbe una spartizione che accomoda molte situazioni...
Una recente dichiarazione alla radio di Al-Gotrani: perché non considerare anche un governo parallelo all'Est ?
Insomma..il piccolo regno tutto privato per Haftar..
Milione più, milione meno.. sono sempre utili, anche per mettersi meglio al riparo dalla prevedibile condanna del tribunale USA
E poi magari rischiando di perdere pure il passaporto USA..
Milioni di euro in arrivo ..per pagare i debiti..
Vendendo il petrolio pompato dalla vasta zona petrolifera che controllano i russi di Wagner verso un porto sicuro da dove poterlo esportare..
Al-Gotrani says forming parallel government in east Libya is possible..
On the Libyaobserver, the A.Assad report..
The First Vice Prime Minister of the Libyan Government of National Unity (GNU), Hussein Al-Gotrani,
has said that forming a parallel government in eastern Libya is a possible option that is being currently discussed.
Speaking to Libya Al-Ahrar TV on Sunday, Al-Gotrani said the statement issued on behalf Cyrenaica region
came after massive pressure by the public in the eastern region after the suspension of funds to
several public sector institutions and apparatuses.
He said he hadn't seen the bill of the 2021 budget and neither had most of the cabinet ministers
because the Prime Minister, Abdul-Hamid Dbeibah, reviewed it only with certain people.
"Dbeibah hardly contacts me or picks up the phone to answer my calls regarding government work.”
He said, indicating that the last communication between the PM and Haftar’s “General Command” was around last May.
Al-Gotrani indicated that there’s no need for Dbeibah to keep the minister of defense position,
urging him to speak about the reasons why he hasn’t appointed a defense minister yet.
He also explained that there’s no justice in appointment of overseas companies and embassies regarding
the regional quota system, on which the GNU was based.
"We know that there are some calls for blockading oil production, but I personally am against such calls.”
Meanwhile, the UN Support Mission (UNSMIL) called on Libyan parties to avoid escalation
that could lead to instability and division in state institutions and eventually to halting the
efforts to hold elections in December.