Tripoli Salvation Government resigns, hands power back to GNC


The media bureau of the Tripoli-based Salvation Government said the SG, headed by Khalifa Al-Ghweil, had resigned and handed power back to the General National Congress.

The Head of the media bureau in the SG, Hussein Al-Sagheer, has reported that the decision came after many hours of urgent meetings for the SG in its headquarters in Al-Sikka road, Tripoli.

This resignation comes after the UN-backed GNA had entered Tripoli on Wednesday by sea, which was welcomed b many local parties and international powers that considered the move a first step in the democratic and peaceful transition in Libya.

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