Libya’s Tabu tribes reject Oman-based CDA outcomes


The Constitution Drafting Assembly Tabu members have issued a statement to reject the outcomes of the CDA and all the decisions taken in Salalah city, Oman.

In a statement Thursday, Tabu CDA members confirmed that they will remain boycotters to the CDA sessions abroad, warning of drafting a non-comprehensive, non-concord constitution.

The Tabu Tribes’ representatives in the CDA also indicated that they will keep up on calling for ending the majority trend of making decisions in drafting the Libyan constitution.


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