According to Faiez Serraj, prime minister-designate of the Libyan Government of National Accord (GNA), a deal has been worked out to relocate the GNA from Tunis to Tripoli within a few days.
|Faiez told the Jordan-based Libya HD TV police and some armed groups in the capital agreed to a security plan. The United Nations Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) was involved in the deal. Armed groups have agreed to confine themselves to their bases until there is an agreement as to how their members will be reassigned to the police or helped to return to civilian life. No mention of payment is mentioned. I expect that there was probably monetary compensation to the groups or promises they would continue to receive their salaries. Serraj was not asked for details of security arrangements. Speculation is that the forces will include some local Misratan militias and the Rada security force of Abdul Kara.|
"They are not working for the sake of Libya; they want to impose a government that meets their interests.All Libyans should be aware that that UN envoy (Martin Kobler), his staff, and the EU ambassadors are dragging Libya into complete chaos."Perhaps the UN may soon find out that it was not a good idea to support a government not approved by either of the two rival Libyan governments.