The Movement of Return to Constitutional Legitimacy in Tobruk demanded Libyan people to pledge allegiance to the Prince Mohammed Hassan Rida Al-Senussi as king of Libya, in a rally in King Idris Al-Senussi mosque square in Tobruk, calling for the return of 1951 independence constitution, which was modified in 1963.
The movement issued a statement, Saturday, said that “we all support the return of the only possessor of rightful entitlement in line to the throne Prince Mohammed Hassan Rida Al-Senussi, we renew our pledge for him as Libya’s king, as did our parents and ancestors”.
The participant, Hassan Al-Sherif, told Al-Wasat website that the return to the independence constitution legitimacy is the only way for unity in Libya, and the way to reserve national unity under one umbrella of the original legitimacy, which is the “the Kingdom of Libya legitimacy”.
“For five years, Libya is in total chaos, destabilized due to the armed conflict and cling to power, which gave terrorism and extremism the opportunity to spread and grunt, control Libya’s capabilities, civil and military institutions”, said Al-Sherif.
The Movement of Return to Constitutional Legitimacy previously organized rallies in Tripoli and other Libyan cities, where it called Libyans to overcome any disputes and unite under the independence constitution banner.