The Administrative Control Authority suspends 7 Libyan embassy staffers in Tunisia
The Administrative Control Authority in Libya announced suspending seven embassy staffers in Tunisia and said they had been placed under interrogation.
The Administrative Control Authority said in a statement on Tuesday that the chargé d’affaires, the military attaché and the secretary of defense minister of the Government of National Accord were among the seven personnel.
The Administrative Control Authority explained that it had used its executive power by the Libyan law to suspend those staffers for the good of the country.
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