The member and former Head of the High Council of State (HCS) Abdulrahman Al-Sweihli said Khalifa Haftar, House of Representatives’ (HoR) Speaker Aqila Saleh and Prime Minister-designate Fathi Bashagha are responsible for the shutdown of oil and blockade on oil exports.
The UN Special Adviser on Libya, Stephanie Williams, has welcomed the approval of the joint Constitutional Track Committee on the laws governing its work, stressing its continued support for the political process in Libya to reactive the electoral process.
The Constitutional Track Committee concluded a one-week round of talks in Cairo on Monday under the auspices of the United Nations.
The government will take deterrent steps against tampering with the wealth of the Libyan people, Prime Minister Abdul Hamid Dbeibah has warned from Algeria, which he is currently visiting to discuss economic cooperation.
Dbeibah's remarks came in response to the closure of several oil fields by local groups during the past few days, who vowed to block the oil sites until a government appointed by the east-based parliament takes office in Tripoli.
Victims Organization for Human Rights (VOHR) confirmed Monday that Hani Al-Mabrouk Al-Darsi died of severe burns at a hospital following an attack on his home in Benghazi.
According to the organization, members from the Sidi Khalifa police district in Benghazi stormed the deceased residence and burned the house down.
Al-Darsi suffered burns covering 70% of his body and spent one week in the Jalal Hospital in Benghazi before being transferred to a specialized hospital in Tripoli, where he passed away.