Libya’s wannabe president, Basit Igtet, starts getting likes across the country
The Libyan Zurich-based businessman and former candidate for the post of Libyan Premier, Basit Igtet, has started attracting different political, military and social components in the country.
The Sabha municipality and elders as well as revolutionaries councils all issued a joint statement on Tuesday saying they support Igtet’s vision for Libya and will back him up for his upcoming project, starting from protests on September 25 in Libya’s capital, Tripoli.
They cited for their decision the suffering of their city and the southern region in general due to the negligence of Government of National Accord and other government’s authorities.
On social media, the Igtet’s call for demonstrations and for ending the rule of what he said the failing government of Fayez Al-Serraj and the eastern government as well as the House of Representatives and Khalifa Haftar’s self-styled army.
Igtet wants Libyans to take to Martyrs Square on September 25, promising them that they won’t be opposed by any force and their voice will be heard by the whole world, especially the US, which he said is his main ally for his coming move.
In his latest video, Igtet also broke down his economic plan to save Libya from the current crisis, explaining throughout the footage how he would make a radical change in the economic system in Libya and hence get it back on its feet once again.
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