Libyan Monarchy activists are preparing to hold an exceptional conference in Gharyan city on October 31 in order to help create a bloc involving all those calling for the return of the Libyan Monarchy and hence contact the United Nations demanding the activation of Libya's independence constitution and the monarchy regime.
Sami Abu Al-Asaad - one of the organizers and Monarchy-era Mufti's son - said Gharyan conference will be modeled on the 1920 conference, adding that about 500 to 600 people will attend along with the Monarchy advocates and social figures as well as other stakeholders, besides the efforts to contact the UNSMIL.
Abu Al-Asaad added that they aim to form a bloc involving all those calling for the return of the Libyan Monarchy and contact the United Nations demanding the activation of Libya's independence constitution and the monarchy regime, explaining that there will be a final statement that will urge all Libyans to rally around this peaceful solution to end the crisis, plus inviting the international community and the UN to adopt this choice.
He also indicated that Mohammed Hassan El Senussi has no direct links to the conference, adding that his office secretary Alaa El Senussi might come to attend the Gharayan conference, stressing that the advocates, who come from different cities, are the ones holding the event.
Gharyan 1920 conference, which was held in November, was a meeting for Libyan national resistance leaders in west of the country. The conference resulted then in forming national government with the participants creating "Central Reform Authority" that contacted El Senussi leadership in eastern Libya and thus leading to pledging allegiance to Prince Mohammed Idris El Senussi at Cyrenaica headquarters in Ajdabiya in November 1922.