The Libyan Technocrats Assembly (LTA), one of the political parties in the country, has accused the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) of “marketing delusions” to the Libyan people by signing agreements that cannot be applied on the ground.
LTA said in a statement that UNSMIL is “practising international guardianship” over Libya and it does not have any mechanisms to implement the ceasefire agreement.
It noted that the UNSMIL does not have the right to manage the Libyan affairs, explaining that the UN mission “imposes its will” on Libyans without regard to most of the political and social entities in Libya.
“UNSMIL is selecting participants in the Libyan dialogue according to personal relations and interests, which does not serve the Libyan people,” read the statement, adding that the UNSMIL is complicating the situation and prolonging the crisis in Libya.
LTA expected that the UNSMIL would “install” a new Presidential Council and form a quota government to “proclaim” victory in solving the Libyan crisis.