Libyan High Council’s chairman Khaled al-Mishri attacks UN-Backed Unity Government over failure to manage the crisis in the country.
In an interview to one of the local TV channel on Wednesday, the head of High Council of State, Khaled al-Mishri, has strikingly criticized the internationally recognized Government of National Accord.
Khaled al-Mishri who presides the advisory body for the GNA said it failed to cope with the Libyan crisis from the beginning and contributed to fomenting war, rather than ending it.
He added that the GNA also failed in applying security arrangements provided for in the Libyan Political Agreement – which is also known as Skhirat agreement -, as well as the economic reforms in the oil-rich North African country.
After the crackdown on the GNA’s incapacity, Khaled Al-Mishri asked the Tobruk-based Libyan Parliament for the constitution to be faster submitted to a referendum.
In addition, Khaled Al-Mishri highlighted the importance of security arrangements for forthcoming elections, as well as the unification of the military institution in accordance with both military traditions and norms.