Libyan Official Criticises $50 Million Donation to Turkey

Libyan Official Criticises $50 Million Donation to Turkey
Libyan Official Criticises $50 Million Donation to Turkey

A member of the Libyan Political Dialogue Forum (LPDF), Ahmed Al-Sharkasi criticized the announcement by Foreign Minister, Najla Al-Mangoush to donate $50 million dollars for the reconstruction of earthquake-stricken southern Turkey.

In a tweet, Al-Sharkasi said: “Turkey has a national income that is many times that of Libya, and has strong alliances in which it does not need an economically exhausted country like us, so what is Al-Mangoush doing? And why is she donating? Are we, who are facing a political earthquake and corruption that destroys thousands daily, required as a state to donate to others? It is a deal that transcends all limits.”

Days ago, Al-Sharkasi accused Prime Minister Abdel-Hamid Dbaiba of “changing his positions in line with his personal interests.”

He also described this volatility as “a disease that has spread among most politicians.” He pointed out that “real positions are taken in hours of free choice. When there are no common interests, man expresses his true opinion.”

In press statements, Al-Sharkasi explained that the “positions of the political class and their truth are linked to their history, which they are trying to erase. The Libyan Parliament must do something realistic and tangible with regard to the elections. We cannot be convinced that transferring the problems will solve the differences.”

The LPDF member stressed the need to “develop a roadmap that sets a clear date for elections, without manipulating words, poisoning the fat, and planting mines.”

Al-Sharkasi noted that the international community will view the Parliament’s actions “as a political manoeuvre, unless it is accompanied by a clear roadmap before the end of the month.”

He confirmed that the international community has “prepared itself to bypass the two Chambers, and they are the ones who dug their graves with their own hands by stretching and manipulating the political process, and they should consider Skhirat and Geneva agreements.”


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