Istanbul/Elif Yesilyurt/Anatolia</p>President of the Turkish and Libyan Businessmen Association (based in Istanbul), Morteza Karanfil:<br/>He called for reversing the decision to withdraw confidence from the Government of National Unity A as soon as possible<br/>The Libyan people no longer want war, but peace<br/>All parties should think about the future of Libya and Libyans, not their own interests<br/>- He called for respecting the elected interim government under the supervision of the United Nations and holding elections with it<br/>All parties must put an end to the error<p>The head of the Turkish and Libyan Businessmen Association (based in Istanbul), Morteza Karanfil, called for a reversal of the decision to withdraw confidence in the Dabaiba government, considering that the decision would not bring benefit to Libya..

This came in a statement issued by Grenville on the political problems in Libya in recent times.

Grenville touched on the turmoil in Libya following the House of Representatives’ decision to withdraw confidence from the national unity government, saying that the decision would not bring benefit to the country.

He called for reversing the decision to withdraw confidence.

And he indicated that the United Nations Support Mission in Libya and the Libyan Presidential Council announced their support for the Government of National Unity headed by Abdel Hamid al-Dabaiba after “this wrong decision.”

He stated that the Libyan people, after years, breathed a sigh of relief with the interim government, and began to recover economically and attract foreign investment.

He pointed out that the interim government recognized by the United Nations has managed the stage well and has always stood by the Libyans.

He said: “The Dabaiba government, which also has close relations with Turkey, wanted to do everything in its power to gain the country’s economic momentum, but it was not able to achieve 100% success due to the opposition of some parties, and yet it provided economic support to the youth, housewives and the unemployed. and teachers.”

“The rise of Dabaiba was not desired by some segments, and the path to democracy was cut off,” he added.

He pointed out that the national unity government came to power by consensus and managed the stage well.

He added, “The Libyan people no longer want war but peace, and they made this clear in recent gatherings. All parties should think about the future of Libya and Libyans, not their own interests.”

He continued: “The political turmoil in Libya must be ended as soon as possible, and the elected interim government must be respected under the supervision of the United Nations, and elections must be held under this government.”

He concluded by saying: “All parties must put an end to the error.. Libya, which has begun to rise from its ashes, must not lose its years again.”

And last Tuesday, the House of Representatives announced the withdrawal of confidence from the unity government, in a move that the Supreme Council of State described as “invalid” for violating the procedures of the constitutional declaration and the political agreement.

Recently, tensions have returned between the institutions of governance in Libya, as a result of differences between the House of Representatives on the one hand and the Supreme Council of State, the unity government and the Presidential Council on the other hand, especially over the powers and electoral bills.

This threatens the political breakthrough that Libya has been witnessing for months, when an elected transitional authority, comprising a unity government and a presidential council, assumed on March 16 its duties to lead the country to parliamentary and presidential elections on December 24.
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