On Saturday, the National Authority of Lawyers asserted in a statement its rejection of foreign interference in Libya or any other country in the world.
The authority stressed that the current levels of foreign interference in Libya violate international law.
The authority also called for a political solution to the Libyan crisis by establishing dialogue following a ceasefire.
It stated that the current conflict in Libya does not serve the interests of its people.
In this regard, the Tunisian authorities demanded a united position to reject foreign interference and adhere to a peaceful political solution among politicians so as to guarantee the national interest of the Libyan people.