A member of the House of Representatives from the Libyan city of Al-Zawiya, Ali Abu Zarabiya, accused the Brotherhood in Libya of seizing opportunities and jumping on the people’s demands to achieve their goals.
Abu Zerbeya added, in a post on the “Facebook” website, that The calls to demonstrate against the elected members by what he described as “hackers and infiltrators” are aimed at prolonging the crisis and creating a major social rift that results in a political vacuum.
Abu Zerbeya stressed that the solution in Libya is through the ballot boxes.
The Supreme Council of State, which is controlled by the Brotherhood in Libya, had called for postponing the presidential elections scheduled after 3 months, which the international community demands to be organized on schedule, and said that it would not It makes sense in light of the current situation in Libya.
The President of the Supreme Council of State, Khaled Al-Mashri, said in a press conference, Monday, that “the election of the president in This period will not generate stability.” Two bills for presidential and parliamentary elections scheduled for the end of this year stipulate the exclusion of military personnel from candidacy, in reference to the commander of the Libyan army, Khalifa Haftar, and bans all persons wanted for a felony or misdemeanor dishonorable from running, and refers to Saif al-Islam Gaddafi, To whom sources close to him spoke of his intention to run for the upcoming presidential elections.