LIBYAPROSPECT – Tobruk
The spokesman for the House of Representatives (HoR), Faraj Abu Hashim, said that the HoR sessions are still deferred due to lack of suitable situations, as members are subjected to threats, adding that the HoR delegation on its visit to Tripoli represents only a minority.
He pointed out that the decision to leave the members of the HoR and move to Tripoli was made individually, pointing out that the HoR chief, Ageela Saleh, exploits his position to make some decisions without reference to the rest of the members.
Abu Hashim confirmed that the Government of National Accord (GNA) seeks to unite Libyans and fighting terrorism around the country, as it came after meetings and conversations that lasted for more than a year and a half under the supervision of the United Nations.
He said that those whoever seek to outcome are those who want to disrupt the State and spread terrorism in Libya.
The delegation of the HoR had arrived in Tripoli to hold Libyan-Libyan talks sessions with the General National Congress (GNC).