By Ashraf Abdul-Wahab.
Tripoli, 28 September 2013:
The residents of Sirte started blocking the main east-west coastal highway today. They have issued seven . . .[restrict]demands as the price for reopening it.
- An Islamic constitution based on the Sharia;
- Congress to pass a vote of no-confidence in the government of Ali Zeidan and agree the formation of a emergency administration;
- The opening of an investigation into claims of corruption in oil sales;
- Local council elections in Sirte;
- The establishment of a security force to protect vital facilities in Sirte;
- The abolition of the decision to split Sirte district into four municipalities;
- An investigation into alleged financial corruption in the medical committee in Sirte responsible for sending people abroad for treatment and it claimed reslted in LD 5.8 million being misappropriated.
Last week, in contrast, the local authorities in the town started restoring roads badly damaged during the revolution. [/restrict]