Kobler tells Constitution Draft Assembly boycotters to return to work unconditionally
The UN delegate to Libya and the Head of the UNSMIL, Martin Kobler, has met with some boycotting members of the Constitution Drafting Assembly (CDA) in Tripoli to go over the possibility of them going back to work.
Sources from the CDA reported that Kobler had asked the boycotters to go back to the CDA meetings and work without any preconditions, which sparked a little too much fury at the meeting.
Some media outlets reported that one of the boycotters told Kobler not to meddle into the CDA work because “it is not your business.”.
“We asked Kobler to take the UNSMIL’s hands off the CDA work and told him that it should only provide logistic assistance.” CDA boycotters told the press.
“Kobler was also asked to withdraw the constitution draft that was sent to the Tobruk-based House of Representatives.” According to media sources.
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