By Ahmed Elumami.
Tripoli, 3 December 2013:
In the wake of his visit last night to Benghazi, Prime minister Ali Zeidan has today . . .[restrict]announced the formation of a ministerial committee to enforce the Law 53 ban on militias in the city.
The committee will be led by Higher Education Minister Mohamed Abu-Bakr with Housing Minister Ali Al-Sharif, Transport Minister Abdel-Qader Ahmed and Ashour Shuwail, a former interior minister, who is now an adviser to the prime minister.
With Law 53, the GNC specifically targeted the armed groups in Benghazi, whereas law 27 was aimed at Tripoli, but there is no other difference between the two pieces of legislation.