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Discussions under way for provisional government in Libya
25 February 2011 11:44
Libya’s tribal leaders and former Justice Minister, Mustapha Abdeljalil, are discussing the post Gaddafi government. In a meeting held this morning, tribal leaders are calling on the international community to intervene in Libya to protect protestors.
Speaking to Al Jazeera, former Justice Minister said that the people will accept "No negotiations, the only solution is for Gadafi & his sons to leave".
In his address to the meeting that was held in Bayada- Eastern Libya, the former minister said that contrary to what Gaddafi has said there is no Al Qaeda presence within the region.
Military commanders who have refused to open fire on civilians were also present for the meeting. “I am Proud to wear my uniform”, said one of the commanders “but I am here to protect our people, Libya’s people. The blood of the martyrs will not be in vain.”
Concluding, the former Minister stated “There is no way back, we will never fall under the rule of Tripoli under the rule of Gaddafi”.
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Paul Sammut - 25 February 2011 17:42
Libyan people, don't fall in the trap of accepting back your king or his heirs to rule over you.
I was and am extremely worried when I see you flying the old flag which was the king's flag.
Make another flag if you don't want the Gaddafi flag, but don't go back to your old flag and situation prior to the 1969 revolution.
Beware of foreign interests undermining your country.
I am sure there is no need to tell you who they are.