(LibyaNN)- Angered Libyans demand end to the death of Libya and that Government of National Accord Presidential Deputy Minister be removed from office after bluntly laying it out in Rome interview that, "Turkey is the only deserving country in Libya. They are the only ones whom stood by the GNA during our fight against Haftar. Unlike U.S., UK, and the European Union that failed to provide us with any support."
Angered by the support of The Government of National Accord of the Turkish-Syrian troop deployment in Libya, Parliamentarian member, Zeidan Al-Zadma referred to the sinister goals behind which Turkey is seeking to seize Libya’s wealth in addition to preserving its influence in the western region of Libya and the mediterranean.
A member of the House of Representatives, Mohamed Al-Abani, said that while the race was burning for the Presidential Council, the country is awash with Syrian mercenaries from the same people who are trying to grab another session in office.
Mr. Al-Abani called out to cleanse the Turks and mercenaries' from the country is a priority and GNA members looking to be re-elected should be worried how to disband and disarm militias the they brought in who are not leaving.
Stephanie Williams, said in a statement today, that foreigners in Libya are not guests, they occupy Libyans' homes and are the cause for the flow of weapons.
Last week, acting Head of the United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), Stephanie Williams, reported allegations of bribery and corruption at the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF) held recently in Tunis. Williams confirmed that the allegations have been referred to the UN Panel of Experts for investigation.
The Government Of the National Accord saw more than 278,000 people and families that became displaced as a civil war ensued for a power grab between the Misrata-led Government of National Accord and the eastern Government lead by the house of representatives Aguila Saleh.
In late February 2020, Washington D.C. Prime Policy Group, a Burson Cohn & Wolfe public relations and communications firm, had abruptly decided to drop and deregister from representing Libya's Office of Deputy Prime Minister Ahmed Maiteeq and The Government of National Accord.
In October, 2020, Libyan-Lobbying firm Mercury Public Affairs was forced to drop its representation of the Turkish government as U.S. politicians and federal legislators have singled out Turkey for goading Azerbaijan into war with Armenia
"We will not engage with any firm in any capacity while it gives support to a client that so openly and unapologetically commits genocide, denies the truth of the genocide, and aids and encourages the war against the Republic of Artsakh," read the council's letter, using the Armenian name for Nagorno-Karabakh.
At its inception, in Skhirat 2015, the UN-recognised Government of National Accord (GNA) was supposed to end the institutional and political disputes but instead the world witnessed reports of shocking modern-era slavery in Libya, imported Syrian mercenaries under the Presidential Council members lust to remain in power.
Former member of the Transitional Council, Abdul Razzaq Al-Aradi, filed a complaint with the Attorney General against Presidency Council members of the Government of National Accord, PM Fayez Al-Sarraj, Deputy Minister Ahmed Maitieeq, Abdul Salam KaJman, Finance minister Faraj Bumatari, and the head of the National Oil Corporation, Mustafa Sanallah.
According to the translated text published, Al-Aradi stated, "I submit this complaint in the hope that it will contribute to remedy an imminent danger of an injustice to Libyans and Libya as a nation; And remind the Attorney General and the Prosecutors office that it is entrusted to protect Libyan's and the nation. All of the named were entrusted under the law they swore oath to and are equal in their responsibilities, collectively; to preserve and protect the public's rights and livelihood. Abstaining or not agreeing on any decision that was undertaken by the Presidential council does not absolve any of the members under the law."