Libya’s Presidential Council sets up lobbying bureau
The Head of the Presidential Council Fayez Al-Sirraj has set up a lobbying office for general policy of the Presidential Council, appointing PC boycotting member Mohammed Al-Darrat as its haed.
The bureau is going to be based in Tripoli to tackle the democratic transition and unity among Libyans and to set up political strategies inside and outside Libya.
Al-Sirraj has been on a tour of visits to Europe over the last days to gain support for the civilian state against the military operations led by Khalifa Haftar against Tripoli.
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