By Mustafa Khalifa.
Ghat, 5 July 2015:
The National Movement for the Tuaregs in the South has called on all the parties in . . .[restrict]the UN-brokered Dialogue to agree to the latest UN Draft as soon as possible in order to end the crisis in the country.
In it statement, the Tuareg body said that dialogue and rejection of divisions were the only way to resolve the country’s problems.
The Tuareg statement stressed its full support for moves to achieve national consensus based on the latest draft submitted by the United Nations Mission in Libya and on the formation of the state institutions, justice and equality.
The independents and House of Representatives’ delegates at the Skhirat Dialogue meetings have said they accept the latest amended draft. However, those from the General National Congress are still in Tripoli where there is powerful opposition to it. [/restrict]