By Saber Ayyub.
Tripoli, 3 July 2015:
The Justice and Construction Party (J&C), the political arm of Muslim Brotherhood says it understands the . . .[restrict]fears of the General National Congress (GNC) about the Draft accord presented at Skhirat, Morocco, last Sunday to delegates in the UN-brokered Dialogue negotiations.
Changes from the previous draft, particularly in relation to the power and role of the proposed State Council, which will be largely drawn from the GNC, resulted in unhappy GNC delegates rushing back to Tripoli for consultations with their colleagues.
In its statement, the J&C said that while it was aware of the dangers facing the country, there had to be discussions on the amendments. However, once there was agreement and the deal was signed, the party said it would support it and a national unity government when it was formed.
The statement follows reports in Tripoli that the J&C is split over the draft. [/restrict]