Tripoli, Libya (PANA) – The Libyan human rights group has condemned Monday's killing of two security agents from the Libyan Ministry of Home affairs.
In a statement released in Benghazi (Libya's second largest city), the group said Libyans should rejects all forms of violence with authorities enforcing laws banning violence.
It called on all armed personnel to renounce violence and unit under the banner of the Ministry of Defence to build a strong, national army.
The newspaper "Barniq", published in Benghazi, revealed in its weekly edition that two agents of the NTC -- Fathi Al-Baaja and Khaled Al-Saeh -- were killed Monday in Sidi Abdeljelil area in Janzour, in the western part of Tripoli, by an unknown armed group.
The human rights group reminded the Ministries of Interior and Defence that they had the responsibility to provide the necessary protection for politicians of the State.
National security agents, operating under the Ministry of the Interior, have been deployed in several strategic points around the capital, Tripoli, with less than a month to the 19 June first democratic elections for a 200-member National Congress.
Unidentified armed group also assassinated Khaled Abu Khatoua, candidate for the city of Murzouk (south) in the Congress, just a few hours after he submitted his papers for election.
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