By Libya Herald staff.
Tripoli, 7 November 2014:
The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) under Prime Minister Abdullah Al-Thinni has warned that all armed groups that . . .[restrict]have taken over government buildings in Tripoli will be brought to justice.
The MoJ said in a statement that these groups in Tripoli, as well as those that are practicing bribery, destroying property and misusing financial and other resources that do not belong to them i would be brought before the courts in Libya and maybe even before an international court.
The MoJ appealed to international human rights groups to track the abuses and violations committed in public and in prisons by armed groups. The latter plea is believed to be a reference to the alleged abuse in Misrata’s prisons, reported this week by human rights’ monitors.