Tawergha locals denounce Al-Gotrani’s slur

Tawergha locals denounce Al-Gotrani’s slur

February 14, 2016 - 19:38
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Written By: AbdulkaderAssad

The Head of Tawergha Municipality, Abdul Rahman Al-Shakshak, denounced the insults uttered by one of the UN-imposed government members, saying that such insults belittle all Tawergha people.

In a press statement, Al-Shakshak said that what was posted on social media is a shameful insult to people of Tawergah and does not manifest the ethics of officials, referring to the two Presidential Council members, Ali Al-Gotrani and Ahmed Mitig brawling and bad-mouthing each other and then one of them saying to the other, “You think I’m from Tawergha?”

“Instead of helping Tawergha people and reconcile them with their Misrata neighbors, those PC members are taking the people of Tawergha as an example of the weak and the desperate.” Explained Al-Shakshak, calling on the ones who spoke out such indecent words to apologize as they insulted 43 thousand Tawergha local population.

Days ago, a fight and exchange of swearwords broke out between the PC members, Ali Al-Gotrani and Ahmed Mitig because the latter objected to the former’s choices for the Defense Minister of the yet-to-be-formed government, which made Al-Gotrani utter the slur that was taken as an insult against Tawergha people, which some interpreted as “you cannot impose your words on me by force as you did with Tawergha.”