By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 18 July 2013:
Prime Minister Ali Zeidan reacted forcefully to a question from the media about Libya using the . . .[restrict]west’s help in its reconstruction and training.
Speaking at Sunday’s press conference, Zeidan asked why this double standard when it came to the West?
He continued: “We study, holiday, go for health treatment and buy the best cars from the West”, he explained. “Why not get the best for Libya and Libyans?” he asked.
“Let’s get rid of this complex put in place by a dictatorship”, he added. “There is no shame in this (seeking help from the West), he concluded. [/restrict]