The Libyan Justice Minister Mohammed Abdelwahid briefed Wednesday a number of ambassadors and heads of diplomatic missions as well as international organizations on the status of human rights in the country.
The Ministry of Justice said the Minister briefed the diplomats via video conference technology and talked about the challenges faced by the Government of National Accord to ensure no violations of human rights take place in the country.
Protesters outside the headquarters of the UNSMIL in Tripoli rejected the return of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Aqila Saleh to the political scene in the name of dialogue, saying in a statement issued by Muatheeq human rights organization that terrorism can return to the country with the blessing of Libyans who are fed up with corruption and injustice.
The Algerian President Abdelmajid Tebboune has said resolving Libya's crisis comes through elections based on institutions and a new constitution that strikes balance in the country's political polarization.
Tebboune told French journal, La Opinion, Wednesday that the diplomatic movement to solve Libya's crisis are like "painkillers to extremely ill people", adding that the solution is through elections, as such temporary solutions wouldn't give viable results.
Members of the Libyan Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA), politicians, and members of the House of Representatives called on the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres to facilitate the first referendum on constitution in Libya's history.
They criticized in a letter to Guterres the "negligence of the UNSMIL toward the constitution draft, thus plunging Libya into a new transitional phase that prolongs corruption and chaos".
The Ministry of Health opened on Monday the "Qurtuba" Dialysis Centre in the Municipality of Hay Al-Andalus of Tripoli.
The new center comes in the framework of the health ministry's plan to develop the public health sector and enhance the medical services provided to citizens, a statement by the Health Ministry said on Facebook.