Protests across Libya denouncing France’s intervention


Many Libyans marched Friday to the public squares in order to reiterate their utter denouncement of the blatant violation of their country’s sovereignty by the French intervention and assistance to Dignity Operation.

Hundreds gathered in front of the Foreign Ministry building in Tripoli calling for punishing those responsible for coordination with the French in killing the Libyans. They also held slogans condemning France’s evil role in Libya.

In addition, a huge number of people and activists took to Tripoli’s martyrs square to decry the French Intervention in Libya. They held a lot of condemning slogans and called on France to take its hands off Libya and let the Libyan people decide for themselves.

Tens of people also gathered in front of Tripoli Naval Base in Abu Sitta, where the Presidential Council used to convene meetings, urging the council to take more serious action to tackle the French violation of the Libyan sovereignty.

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