By Libya Herald reporters.
Tripoli, 21 May 2015.
Misrata has seen its first peace protest, in which scores of demonstrators called for an . . .[restrict]end to violence throughout Libya. Around 300 people of all ages, some of them holding placards reading “No More War” gathered marched in the town.
The event , which was promoted on social media, came after Tuesday evening’s formal call by 40 Misratan brigades for peace and national reconciliation. The significance of this move was underpinned by the fact that it was backed by the four largest local brigades, the 166, Halboos, Hittin and Zawiat Al-Mahjoub.