Prime Minister warns of tough action after deadly clashes in Tripoli

By Michel Cousins.

Tripoli, 10 January 2013:

Prime Minister Ali Zeidan has warned that lawlessness will not be tolerated. The government, he has said, was moving forward in the building of state institutions but there were “some entities” which wanted Libya to remain in chaos “in order for them to accomplish their interests”. He did not specify who he had in mind but said that the government would “not allow any obstacles to hinder our work or stop us”.

He urged Libyans to stand by the government’s side and to support it to achieve that . . .

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