The Head of the High Council of State Khalid Al-Mishri said Wednesday that tribes in Libya are social components not political parties, responding to Tunisian President Kais Saied by saying that "we can't apply true experience of Afghanistan in Libya".
Al-Mishri added in a presser in a Tripoli, responding to Tunisian President who said Libyans should look for permanent legitimacy instead of temporary one, that the Government of National Accord's legitimacy came as a result of months-long dialogue held by Libyans, saying that the one who hindered elections is the party that tried to take power by force (referring to Haftar).
"We don't need a lot of initiatives but we need to activate the political agreement and the control of GNA over the entire country." He added.
Al-Mishri also said that Saied said he met 35 Libyans representing tribes from the country, saying those people didn't represent Libyan tribes and that the Tunisian President's statement was a call for ending legitimate authorities in Libya.
"Haftar should be tried for the crimes he committed and the Berlin conference conclusions should be activated." He said, adding that the Egyptian initiative cannot be approved as it contains lots of fallacies.