Thousands take to public squares in Libya to back up Igtet’s call for reform
Thousands of Libyans are now demonstrating in different public squares across Libya in support for the reform project of the former Libyan candidate for the post of Prime Minister Basit Igtet.
Massive numbers of people took to Martyrs Square in Tripoli, and to the main Misurata, Derna, Al-Zawiya and other cities’ squares calling for end of current crises in the country and for the support of a future vision proposed by Igtet to the country.
Igtet arrived Monday morning to Tripoli and he held to his word by going to the Martyrs Square to lead the protest against the current governments and military bodies in the country.
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