By Sami Zaptia.
Tripoli, 20 October 2014:
“Whoever carried out a killing, theft or a burning of a houses will be pursued and . . .[restrict]will be prosecuted and they should not think that they are today safe in Tripoli. Rather, the arm of justice shall reach them, even if they went underground no matter how long or short”, explained Prime Minister Abdullah Thinni in a TV interview on Friday.
“These are crimes which are not protected by the statute of limitations (the passage of time) They should prepare themselves because the Libyan people shall seek them generation after generation”, he warned.
“Who is responsible for the displacement of thousands and for the non-opening of schools and our children displaced abroad and at home. They are responsible for them and they will be prosecuted”.
“The government has since the beginning (of the fighting) formed committees in the Ministry of Economy to provide food for these families, as well as the Ministry of social Affairs to provide alternative housing for these families and also medical committees formed to provide support.”
“Now, we’re going to provide air ambulance in the eastern region as well as the West in anticipation of victims as a result of the intensification of military operations that are occurring these days”.
“The wounded file is a very large file and a committee was formed partly in Tunis and partly in Egypt. We have secured two ambulances so far, one in Djerba and the other in Zintan. The two will be stationed in the eastern region in Labraq or Tobruk airport”.
“Next Saturday there is an Egyptian medical team coming to assess the medical situation in the hospitals of the eastern region and in the process of opening a field hospital in the Zintan area and another the Abyar area”. [/restrict]