Chief of Staff admits he has no control of “army” – army on verge of collapse

By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 11 August 2014:

In what was described by a House of Representatives (HoR) member as a rough session, Libya's Chief of Staff Abdulati Al-Obeidi faced numerous tough accusations in a grueling session that lasted over three hours yesterday.

The Chief of Staff made some astonishing revelations in Tobruk, some of which might lead to him losing his job or even facing legal prosecution.

Obeidi was accused of . . .

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