The chief of Muslim Brotherhood group in Libya, Bashir Al-Kabty, announced late Sunday evening on his official page on Facebook that the group announced Ahmed Al-Souqy as a new chief of the group after him.
The statement didn’t specify the place of convention in which Al-Souqy was elected as a successor for Al-Kabty.
The group elaborated in a separate announcement that, additionally, a new leadership was chosen for its Shura Council in the convention.
The general assembly for the group members addressed a number of initiatives that aims at correction and renewal, the statement said.
Sources say that, Al-Souqy comes from Mselata city and lives in Misrata where he works as an engineer in the iron and steel company.