Protesters in both Tripoli and Misrata renewed on Friday their rejection to the Skhirat agreement and the UN-imposed government.
For the consecutive 81 Friday, Tripoli protesters gathered at the city’s Martyrs Square waving anti-Skhirat agreement banners, describing the government as external dictations.
The protesters further called on all the political parties to come to consensus within a Libyan-Libyan dialogue to block the way in the face of seekers of personal interests, according to them.
On the other hand, protesters in Misrata raised slogans commending the GNC role and reiterating, in their speeches during the protest, their respect for the efforts of the GNC members.
They as well rejected the Skhirat accord outcomes under the UN auspices, and called for unification of efforts in order to achieve a national consensus to gather the Libyan parties and save the national sovereignty.