State Supreme Council kicks off work from GNC headquarters, GNC says it is a “break into”
The General National Congress in Tripoli issued Friday a statement considering the taking over of its headquarters in Kusoor Al-Deyafa area by the UN-backed State Supreme Council a “break into” and illegal.
The GNC said the State Supreme Council bears the whole responsibility for this act, calling on the Attorney General and the Military Public Prosecutor as well as security departments to take the necessary measures against this act.
On Friday morning, the State Supreme Council moved to the GNC headquarters and then in the afternoon it announced that it kicked off work from there as it is the legal place it should operate from.
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