Operation Dignity and its supported countries did not win the conflict, but it managed to divide the leaders of the western region, and the leaders became scattered.
Those leaders were silent when the cannons were raining down on the strongholds of fools, rebels, Sudanese mercenaries, and Russian infidels، who were assisted by them in the war. And when the war ended, the stalkers and those whose powers had expired raced to reap the benefits.
The Speaker of the Libyan Tobruk-based House of Representatives (HoR) met Thursday with the Foreign Minister of Malta Evarist Bartolo in Valetta to discuss the latest developments in Libya, especially the ongoing political process under the auspices of the United Nations.
The Maltese Foreign Minister reiterated support for Libyans' unity and back up for the political dialogue, which he said would result in positive impact on Libya and Malta as well as the region.
The Libyan High Council of State and Tripoli-based House of Representatives have both called on the Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sarraj to delay submitting his resignation for now.
The Head of the High Council of State Khalid Al-Mishri urged in a letter to Al-Sarraj that the latter continues in his post until a new presidential council is elected so that Libya avoids political vacuum.
Women groups affiliated with political parties reiterated the importance of women’s political participation and their role in ending the crisis in the country.
In a meeting with the Acting UNSMIL Head, Stephani Williams, women politicians emphasized that more must be done to achieve the greater participation of women, especially in ending the tribal and regional quota system in the country to form a government for the good of the Libyan people.