By Libya Herald reporters.
Benghazi, 5 March 2017:
The House of Representatives should withdraw from the UN-brokered Libya Dialogue process because it cannot agree on a team that will represent all parts of the country. This call came today from the acting municipal authorities in Marj, the military power base of armed forces commander-in-chief Khalifa Hafter.
Parliament last week twice failed to agree on the five southern and five western members of new 15-strong team it will send to the Libya Dialogue. Representatives are due to try again next week.
Marj council also condemned the Benghazi Defence Brigades’ oil crescent attacks and said that it was a militia allied with Al-Qaeda terrorists.
Not surprisingly the council also declared its support for the Libyan National Army and the Beida-based Thinni government, insisting that they helped provide security and safety in Libya.