The member of the House of Representatives (HoR) for Murzuq town, Mohammed Leeno, said Sunday that the forces under the command of Khalifa Haftar had burnt his house and those of his father and siblings plus about 90 other houses, destroying several properties in the town.
Leeno told reporters that Haftar's forces had been killing people based on their IDs, confirming that there are over 19 bodies in Murzuq hospital and decomposed bodies on the streets.
The Libyan Civil Registry issued a statement Sunday saying the claims of the Central Bank of Libya (CBL) that there are many fake national identification numbers (IDs) in Libya are very strange.
The authority lashed out at the "accusations of the CBL's governor Al-Siddiq Al-Kabeer," saying it called on the CBL to hold joint meetings to go over the matter, but the CBL either neglected them or continued with its attacks on the authority's reputation.
The Head of the UNSMIL Ghassan Salame said military operations are not a solution for the Libyan crisis, but rather the solution is the building of a sovereign state based on legitimacy that comes from the constitution and elections and inclusive of all parties.
Speaking to pro-Khalifa Haftar Al-Hadath TV Channel, Salame said the UNSMIL is with any operation that aims to fight terrorism, but is against any operation that violates the rights of Libyans, especially in the south.