Government warns against disrupting state work

Tripoli, 28 December:

The government last night launched a stinging attack on those who “disrupt the work of the government and state institutions in an irresponsible way” at a press conference in Tripoli.

In the statement, the government spokesman slammed “the shutting down of public facilities, the committing of highway robberies, breaking into buildings and taking control of them”, bemoaning the “huge losses to the state" that they incurred.

The statement comes in the wake of a number of incidents where several groups have disrupted state activity to protest their own demands. Earlier this month, predominantly Tebu demonstrators . . .

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